payoff

Definition of payoff

n.1.profit or gain from an action; - used broadly; as, lots of effort with little payoff.
2.retribution, payback.
3.The act of giving or receiving money or other valuable consideration as a bribe.
4.The money or item given as a bribe.
5.same as compensation 2.
6.The climax or final result of an event or endeavor; the denoument of a narrative.

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