“Pays” (third-person) in Greek

In Greek, “Pays” (the verb, in the third-person participle) is written using the Latin script as:

(He, She, It) Plironei

Using the Greek alphabet, it is written as:

(He, She, It) Πληρώνει

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Examples in sentences or statements

She always pays for concert tickets with her credit card.”

Panta plironei me karta ta eisitiria gia tis synaulies.

Πάντα πληρώνει με κάρτα τα εισιτήρια για τις συναυλίες.

“He only pays with cash.”

Aftos plironei mono me metrita.

Αυτός πληρώνει μόνο με μετρητά.

“He pays for everything whenever he takes his girlfriend out on a date.”

Plironei gia ola opote vgainoun exo me tin fili tou.

Πληρώνει για όλα όποτε βγαίνουν έξω με την φίλη του.

“She never pays with cash. She only pays with her credit card.”

Den plironei pote me metrita. Plironei mono me karta.

Δεν πληρώνει ποτέ με μετρητά. Πληρώνει μόνο με κάρτα.

“This job pays well.”

Afti i douleia plironei kala.

Αυτή η δουλειά πληρώνει καλά.

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Pays” (third-person) in Lebanese Arabic

“Pays” (third-person) in Egyptian Arabic

“Pays” (third-person) in Turkish

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