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pay in

To contribute (some amount of) money to an account, pool, or some other accumulation of funds. A noun or pronoun can be used between "pay" and "in." For the pension fund, all employees pay about 21% of their salaries in. I've started paying in a bit of money each month to a savings account that I only use at Christmas.
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How to hit the minimum pay-in Most accounts require you to pay in a set amount each month in an attempt to get you to pay your salary in.
They didn't need to speak English well to work on the line processing chicken, and the pay, which was higher than minimum wage and included health insurance, was better than the pay in pencil manufacturing, the other dominant local industry.
Statistics indicate that usage of the banking app on Friday 30 May was it's the busiest day ever, recording 3.65 million log ins, up 4% on the previous peak day of 28 February 2014, and 700,000 pay ins, up 5% on 28 February.