paid up

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

paid up

  1. simple past tense and past participle of pay up

Adjective[edit]

paid up

  1. (often hyphenated) Fully paid.
  2. (idiomatic, often hyphenated, sometimes preceded by fully) Full-fledged, wholehearted.
    • 1991 October 6, Floyd Norris, "Services: A Boom Area Goes Bust," New York Times (retrieved 2 July 2013):
      Among Wall Street economists, Mr. Roach has not been a paid-up member of the alarmist camp.
    • 2008 Feb. 22, Alex Perry, "A New Challenge to Mugabe," Time:
      Makoni . . . had a reputation as a technocrat who tended toward moderation and pragmatism, but one who was also a fully paid-up member of the Mugabe machine.