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Spending and saving money

pick up the tab (v) pay the bill
broke (adj) having no money
loaded (adj) having lots of money
splurge (v) spend a lot of money for something
treat (v) pay for someone else
go Dutch (v) each pay for himself or herself
freeload (v) get things that others pay for
have a ball (v) enjoy one's self, have a good time
run out of (v) finish the supply, use up
pick up (v) obtain, get
odds and ends (n) miscellaneous items
fed up with (adj) disgusted with, had enough of
foot the bill (v) pay
down the drain (tubes) (adj/adv) wasted, lost
chip in (v) contribute, give jointly
skip (v) forget, pass over
cut down on (v) use less, reduce
cut corners (v) limit one's buying
make ends meet (v) balance one's budget, meet one's payments
sky-high (adj) expensive
great (adj) terrific, wonderful
shop around (v) look in many stores
dress up (v) wear one's best clothes
clotheshore (n) a conspicuously well-dressed person
Created by: raylagger