PAY-AT-THE-PUMP

PAY-AT-THE-PUMP,

PAY-AT-THE-PUMP Definition:

A system proposed in the 1990s that paid auto insurance premiums to state governments through a gallon surcharge.

PAY-AT-THE-PUMP means: As a means of ensuring that all drivers are covered, the theory is that the primary liability insurance premium can be collected through taxes at the pump without any inconvenience to unauthorized drivers. Concluding Insurance

Literal Meanings of PAY-AT-THE-PUMP

PAY:

Meanings of PAY:
  1. Work Give money (to someone) owed to someone, received goods or loans.

  2. Facing loss or other misfortune as a result of an action

  3. Give (someone) (attention, respect or admiration)

  4. Someone is paid for a regular job.

  5. Seal with tar or tar to prevent leakage (deck or hull connection).

Sentences of PAY
  1. Paying residents to buy coffee beans

  2. He paid the price for his impatience

  3. No one paid attention to them

  4. Those who work under the contract may receive higher wages

Synonyms of PAY

reward, reimburse, recompense, give payment to, settle up with, remunerate, tip, indemnify, suffer, suffer the consequences, be punished, pay a penalty, atone, make atonement, pay the price, get one's deserts, take one's medicine, bestow, present, grant, give, hand out, extend, offer, proffer, render, afford, salary

AT:

Meanings of AT:
  1. Indicate the location or arrival at a particular location or place.

  2. It detects when an event occurred.

  3. Select a specific point or class on the scale.

  4. An expression of certain circumstances or circumstances.

  5. Express objects through appearance, movement, thought, action or planning.

  6. Explain how to do things.

  7. Laos currency unit, equal to one hundredth of a cup.

  8. Amazing chemical element.

Sentences of AT
  1. They live in Canway House

  2. The children go to bed at nine o'clock

  3. Prices start at 18,500

  4. It costs them a lot

  5. I checked my watch

  6. Holding prison officers with the tip of a knife

THE:

Meanings of THE:
  1. This refers to one or more individuals or things that have been mentioned or are considered general knowledge.

  2. It is used to indicate a clause or expression that satisfies a condition or explains the following.

  3. It is used to give a general reference to something rather than to identify a particular example.

  4. Coffee (especially one thing)

  5. (Pronounced with an emphasis on "O") Used to indicate who is the most famous or important person or person in that name or category.

  6. It is used as an advertisement with comparative value to indicate how the quantity or level of one thing differs from another.

Sentences of THE
  1. what's the problem?

  2. The riots that made them

  3. Learn to play the violin

  4. I hope to post every month if I get paid

  5. She is a young jazz pianist

  6. The more I think about it, the more devastating it is

Synonyms of THE

the beginning, the very beginning, the start, the outset, the commencement

PUMP:

Meanings of PUMP:
  1. Mechanical devices that use suction or pressure or to compress or move liquids, to suppress gas, or to force air inflated objects, such as tires.

  2. The active mechanism of transport in living cells by which some ions move across the cell membrane against the concentration gradient.

  3. Fire gun

  4. Force a bomb (liquid, gas, etc.) to move or look through a bomb.

  5. Expose the breast with a breast pump (ASI), commonly used for bottle-fed babies.

  6. Fill with liquid or gas (like a tire or balloon) using a pump.

  7. Move it up and down quickly.

  8. Try to get information from (someone) by constantly asking questions.

  9. Women's shoes are simple and lightweight, low cut, without buckles and usually with medium heels.

  10. A shoe, sticky.

Sentences of PUMP
  1. The rifle was a size 12 bomb

  2. Blood is pumped throughout the body

  3. She tries to get enough milk

  4. I swelled the tires and lubricated the chains

  5. You have to pump the lever like crazy

Synonyms of PUMP

force, drive, push, send, transport, raise, inject, inflate, blow up, ask, question, question intensely, question persistently, quiz, interrogate, probe, put questions to, sound out, cross-examine, catechize