One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Pay money into a bank account.
- ‘I have no idea why the cheque was not paid in, but I'm reluctant to try banking it after all this time.’
- ‘On the Monday morning I went to the bank to pay the money in, and realised that it was not in my purse or my bag.’
- ‘I had no idea there was any problem with the new tax credits system until I checked my bank account this morning to see no money had been paid in.’
- ‘First, this pre-dated the allegations of the conspiracy and second, the police never attempted to discover why that money was paid in.’
- ‘But the amount they can earn tax-free on a standard equity fund or savings account drops to £100 a year if the money is paid in by a parent.’
- ‘It was all in change and we had to lug it down to the bank to pay it in.’
- ‘Donations can be made to the appeal by paying them in to a special bank account or by sending cheques directly to the T & A.’
- ‘Mind you, the only reading Eric ever does is his bank statement to see if his expenses have been paid in.’
- ‘He said he left the cash in the car and only realised it had gone when he returned to the bank to pay it in.’
- ‘The money left her account the day after I paid it in but it didn't surface in mine until four days later.’
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