Definition of payday
: a regular day on which wages are paid
Examples of payday in a Sentence
Is this Friday a payday?
Recent Examples of payday from the Web
Anthony Levandowski lost both his job at Uber Technologies Inc. and a potential $250 million payday.
According to the advocacy group Americans for Financial Reform, payday and title lenders spent more than $15 million on campaign contributions during the 2014 election cycle.
The dismissal of one of Uber’s most prized technical talents also points to the risks of the star engineering culture that has emerged in Silicon Valley in recent years, leading to giant paydays for a small group of employees.
According to the Pew Charitable Trusts, the typical payday loan borrower is in debt for five months of the year, paying an average $520 in fees to service a $375 loan.
This is a measure geared to combat payday lending by encouraging all Texans to build up their own stockpiles of savings in case of emergencies.
But Vicky’s attorney, Hepburn said those restitution orders don’t amount to anything like a payday for the victims.
One bettor solved the 20-cent Rainbow 6 at Pimlico Race Course for a jackpot payday of $185,957.24.
Unlike traditional payday lenders, LendUp also takes a big data approach to determining who’s at greatest risk for defaulting.
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First Known Use of payday
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Definition of payday for English Language Learners
: the day when you are regularly paid your wages
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