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paid-in

[peyd-in] /ˈpeɪdˈɪn/
adjective
1.
having paid the dues, initiation fees, etc., required by an organization or association.
Origin of paid-in
adj. use of verb phrase pay in
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  • The board votes unanimous to invest the paid-in capital in a suit of new jeans for the president, which was me.

    Overland Red Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • The paid-in capital is the amount received from the stockholders on the shares for which they have subscribed.

  • All this has been obtained from the sale of bonds, paid-in stock, and the net earnings of the roads.

  • “I take it, then, that the paid-in capitalization of the company is not represented in actual cash,” said Mr. Squinch.

    Young Wallingford George Randolph Chester

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