be paid

See: collect
References in classic literature ?
I am paying a tribute that will not be paid a second time; permit me to plunge myself so deeply in my grief that I may forget myself in it, that I may drown even my reason in it."
Of this, only three hundred dollars had to be paid down, the balance being paid at the rate of twelve dollars a month.
The total shortfall was PS9,839,93 yet, in his annual declaration, Rees said all of it was due to be paid back to the council.
That's akin to being an MP and should be paid at the same rate."
I noticed the response to an Ask Judith question titled "Easter Loading" in the March 2013 issue of The Lamp, stating that I would only be paid a 50% public holiday loading for working Easter Sunday.
All of which is done before that commission cheque is cashed meaning that if a deal falls through, we won't be paid.
There is no way that I would be paid overtime for this "volunteer" time.
"Oh, by the way, you are going to be paid 10 percent less than what you were paid the previous year.