Definition of "pago" [pago]

  • In Guam, Pariti tiliaceum, a tree with tough inner bark, which is the principal source of cordage on the island. Ropes made from it are used for halters of buffalo and cattle, and for cables for ferrying bamboo balsas across the mouths of streams. See balibago, corkwood, and mahoe. (noun)

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Use "pago" in a sentence
  • "Además de este aumento en la velocidad, los clientes de Prodigy Infinitum tienen acceso a valores adicionales únicos como lo es la navegación en sitios públicos de la red de Prodigy Móvil, cuenta de acceso conmutado, 25 cuentas de correo y protección para menores sin pago adicional."
  • "The ceremony is called a pago (which means "payment" in Spanish), and in it, we make a mesa (table), an offering that we burn for the deities, especially Pachamama (Earth Mother), to ask their permission for our excavations and to solicit good fortune during our research."
  • "If all of the above fails, you can ask to pay the big bill in two lots - called a pago fraccionado."