pay-off in a sentence

We faced several bureaucratic hurdles getting our product onto the market in China, but the pay-off has been tremendous.

“It’s a huge gamble, of course, but the pay-off would be so colossal..

But that pretty tippy-tappy football they play won’t pay-off if they don’t put their chances away.

But if the G20 can deliver on its pledges, she said: “The potential pay-off from the structural reform agenda under consideration is tremendous.”

Corbett also got the pay-off line: “I get a pain in the back of my neck.”

Shirley was thrilled with the pay-off and she decided to go to New Zealand to visit her son and has not been seen since.

A prisoner’s dilemma with close kin, for example, changes the pay-off matrix into one in which it is rational to be cooperative.