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If I understood well, 月末締/翌月末払 means "close the deal before end of a given month then get payment before end of the following month"

Is the pronunciation "げつまつしめ よくげつはらい"

I am especially unsure about 締 and the い for 払.

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Is it 翌月払 or 翌月末払? –  Tsuyoshi Ito Mar 22 '12 at 11:03
    
Yes I thought that too, I think I often hear 翌月払(い). –  Choko Mar 22 '12 at 11:18

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I think it's...げつまつしめ、よくげつまつばらい.

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I would read it as げつまつじめ、よくげつまつばらい. I was surprised to see that Chocolate reads 月末締 as げつまつしめ, but I suppose that it is either personal or dialectal difference.

Okurigana of a noun such as め in 締め and い in 払い is sometimes omitted, especially when the word is used as part of a compound word.

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Hehe I'm getting less and less confident now... –  Choko Mar 22 '12 at 11:19
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I would also read it as げつまつじめ, but rendaku is often optional. –  user458 Mar 22 '12 at 12:40

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