- pay 付款; 偿还; 盈利; 划算; 付代价;
- hand over 交出; 交付; 交给; 让与;
- capture 俘虏，占领; 引起（注意、想象、兴趣）; 拍摄; 表现，体现（感情、气氛）;
- hand in 交上; 递交; 呈送; 把…扶上车;
The rate of disconnections following non-payment of water charges is rising.
The wealthier may have to pay a little more in taxes.
The contributions employees pay give cover against sickness, including chronic invalidity.
The defeated general showed his submission by giving up his sword.
The swordsman disarmed his opponent and ran him through.
They captured three machine guns.
The policeman disarmed the thief.
Every club member must pay up his membership money before the end of the season.
He estimate his income tax bill by extrapolation from figures submit in previous year.
The prospect of having to pay a graduate tax until retirement would kill the students' enthusiasm stone dead.
They appear to rule out some of the ideas that have been mentioned — banding the tax so higher earners would pay more.
I would send them to the capital city, disregarding the transportation expenses.
汉英文学 - 现代散文
Don't fall behind with the rent, or you'll be evicted.
You have to pay a toll to drive on a turnpike.
He paid 5,000 dollars in bail for his son.
surrender one's weapons;lay down one's arms
hand in for cancellation
lay down one's arms;surrender one's weapons
callable subscription waiver of premium