prepay

[pree-pey]
verb (used with object), prepaid, prepaying.
to pay or arrange to pay beforehand or before due: to prepay the loan.

Origin:
1830–40; pre- + pay1

prepayable, adjective
prepayment, noun
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prepay (priːˈpeɪ)
 
vb , -pays, -paying, -paid
(tr) to pay for in advance
 
pre'payable
 
adj
 
pre'payment
 
n

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Example sentences
It was possible to prepay postage, but mostly it was the recipient's
  responsibility to pay the fees.
Set a price before you embark and prepay, if possible.
If you prepay for checked bags online, don't expect a discount.
Customers without billing accounts must prepay base search and base expedited
  fees.
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