- vt.偿还; 付还; 报答; 酬报;
- 第三人称单数: repays;
- 过去式: repaid;
- 过去分词: repaid;
- 现在分词: repaying;
He was so good to me that I can never repay the debt I owe him.
I advanced him some money, which he would repay on our way home.
It was very kind. I don't know how I can ever repay you.
His main task is to raise enough finance to repay secured loans.
He advanced funds of his own to his company, which was unable to repay him.
He didn't have the wherewithal to repay the loan.
I feel honor bound to repay the money I borrowed.
I must repay her for her kindness.
They agreed to repay their creditors over a period of three years.
The proceeds from the sale will be used to repay the loan.
I owe you a debt of gratitude which I shall never be able to repay.
The land is not fertile enough to repay cultivation.
We hope to repay your visit betimes.
The energy diagram has a simplicity of its own and will repay careful study.
Borrowing's disadvantage results from the fact that the company must repay the loan and its interest.
For above reasons, you should repay his debt.
World garden fast food restaurant , 2 years, repay fully to borrow funds, and.
全球花园快餐馆, 第2年, 还清借款, 以及.
It is an experience that will repay them in many ways.
He said that he had a " debt to repay "
他说他有 “ 债务要偿还 ”
The firm have to ~ heavily to repay its debts.
Bill had to lend money on security to repay his debts.
Offshore debt holders have little leverage over mainland companies struggling to repay their debt.
You can borrow the money, with the proviso that you repay me within a week.
A: How can I ever repay you for all your help?
For this reason we acknowledge history without bias, but would never repay unkindnessunkindness.
Two eat to parents, it is repay a debt, is two eat to the child leasehold?
两个给父母吃, 是还债, 两个给孩子吃不是借贷 吗 ?
It is time to repay your debt to the society.
The company will repay you travelling expenses.
We cannot repay the money according to schedule.
There's a lot for students to complain about: the repayment threshold for paying back loans will be frozen for five years, meaning that lower-paid graduates have to start repaying their loans; and maintenance grants have been replaced by loans, meaning that students from poorer backgrounds face higher debt than those with wealthier parents.
If going to university doesn't work out, students pay very little--if any--of their tuition fees back: you only start repaying when you are earning ￡21,000 a year.
1. pay back;
"Please refund me my money"
2. make repayment for or return something
3. act or give recompensation in recognition of someone's behavior or actions
4. answer back