Payable

• (a.) That may be discharged or settled by delivery of value. • (a.) That may, can, or should be paid; suitable to be paid; justly due. • (a.) Matured; now due.
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payable

1) adj. referring to a debt which is due. A debt may be owed, but not yet payable until a certain date or event. 2) n. a debt which is due. "Payables" are all the liabilities (debts) of a business.
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Payable

Pay'a·ble adjective [ Confer French payable . Confer Pacable .] 1. That may, can, or should be paid; suitable to be paid; justly due. Drayton. « Thanks are a tribute payable by the poorest.» South. 2. (Law) (a) That ma...
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payable

payable 1. Requiring payment on a certain date; due date. 2. Requiring payment to a particular person or entity. 3. Subject to or requiring payment; especially, as specified: 'His loan was to be payable next month.' 4. Capable of producing profit: 'He started a payable business venture.'
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payable

See accounts payable.
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Payable

See: accounts payable
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Payable

The sum of money or a debt which a person has an obligation to pay at a certain date is called payable. In Businesses, payable are liabilities that has to be met by certain date. If theres no date specified, the debts are due immediately.
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