|patch things up
||agree to stop fighting, become friends again
||Jon and May fight a lot, but they patch things up and go on.
|paths will cross
||(See cross paths)
|pave the way
||make it easier to do, prepare a path
||A $5000 scholarship paved the way for her career in medicine.
|pay a compliment
||say nice things about, say you did a good job
||Tony paid you a compliment, Rita. He said you have a lovely garden.
|pay a visit
||go to visit someone, drop over
||I must pay her a visit. I want to see her before we move.
||watch and listen, listen up
||Pay attention to my words. Please listen carefully.
||repay, return money that was borrowed
||He said he would pay back every cent he borrowed from us.
||pay more, pay off
||Interest rates are high, so let's pay down our mortgage.
|pay him back
||do what he did to you, get revenge
||Sally paid Harry back by going on a date with Jim.
|pay in kind
||(See repay in kind)