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    ''And all your good deeds will pay off - if they haven't already.'' I don't understand wich is the meaning of ''pay off'' in this sentence.Can you help me?

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    Re: pay off

    Loosely, the meaning in this sentence is that you will be repaid for your good deeds. I believe that inserting a word such as "someday" or "eventually" after the word "off" would make more sense.

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    Well...there is no ''someday'' or ''eventually'' in the sentence, i gave you the full context.Thank you, I understood anyway.

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