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  • pay TV — pay television or pay TV noun Satellite or cable television available to subscribers • • • Main Entry: ↑pay * * * pay TV UK US noun [uncountable] a system in which you pay to watch particular television programmes or channels Thesaurus: systems… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ExTRA — Export/Transit Project. HM Customs & Revenue Glossary * * * ▪ I. extra ex‧tra 1 [ˈekstrə] adjective [only before a noun] more than normal, or in addition to something else: • We will be advertising for 200 extra staff. • an extra 1% on National… …   Financial and business terms

  • extra — 1 adjective more of something, in addition to the usual or standard amount or number: Could you get an extra loaf of bread? | Alan had taken extra care with his appearance that evening. | Residents can use the gym at no extra cost. | extra ten… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • extra — ex|tra1 [ ekstrə ] adjective *** in addition to the usual or expected amount: There s no extra money for emergencies. We need extra space for guests. As an extra precaution, I turned off the electricity. be extra to cost an additional amount of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • extra — I UK [ˈekstrə] / US adjective *** in addition to the usual or expected amount There s no extra money for emergencies. We need extra space for guests. As an extra precaution, I turned off the electricity. • be extra II UK [ˈekstrə] / US noun… …   English dictionary

  • extra*/*/*/ — [ˈekstrə] adj I in addition to the usual amount There s no extra money for emergencies.[/ex] We need extra space for guests.[/ex] • be extra to cost an additional amount of money[/ex] It s £20 for dinner, and drinks are extra.[/ex] II noun [C]… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Pay television — Pay television, premium television, or premium channels refers to subscription based television services, usually provided by both analog and digital cable and satellite, but also increasingly via digital terrestrial and internet television. Some …   Wikipedia

  • Pay for performance (healthcare) — Pay for performance is an emerging movement in health insurance (initially in Britain and United States). Providers under this arrangement are rewarded for meeting pre established targets for delivery of healthcare services. This is a fundamental …   Wikipedia

  • pay-per-view — /pay perr vyooh , peuhr /, Television. n. 1. a system requiring that a subscriber pay for each program viewed: championship games seen only on pay per view. adj. 2. noting or pertaining to such a system. Abbr.: ppv * * * pay per viewˈ noun A form …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay packet — ˈpay ˌpacket also ˈpay ˌenvelope , ˈwage ˌpacket noun [countable] 1. an envelope containing a worker s pay and a pay slip: • Workers earning £150 a week or more will receive just over £5 extra in their weekly pay packets. 2 …   Financial and business terms

  • pay spine — ˈpay spine noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES a scale showing the rates of pay for employees working at each level of an organization. It also shows the increases in pay an employee gets when they spend a certain length of time at a particular… …   Financial and business terms

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