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An Arm And A Leg »
(a high price to pay...)


Bear Watching »
(it is worthwhile to pay attention to it...)


Do Something For A Living »
(the work you do to earn the money to pay your expenses...)


Earn One's Keep »
(work to pay to for membership, i.e. in a home or at a job...)


Earning Your Keep »
(work to pay for your cost of living...)


Expense Is No Object »
(do not worry about the cost; I can pay a lot of money for it...)


Extend Someone Credit »
(allow a customer to pay at a future time for goods given now; lend someone money to be paid back later...)


Extending Credit »
(allow a customer to pay at a future time for goods given now; lend someone money to be paid back later...)


Foot The Bill »
(pay for it...)


Fork Money Out For Something »
(to pay for something when you don't want to pay...)


Nickel And Dime Someone »
(try to pay someone less...)


On Credit »
(paid for by borrowing money; one buys the thing now and will pay later...)


Out Of Pocket Expenses »
(one has to pay with one's own money...)


Pick Up The Tab »
(pay for it...)


Set Someone Back Some Amount Of Money »
(one had to pay that amount of money; it cost that much...)


Sit Up And Take Notice »
(became very interested and pay attention carefully...)


Spring For Something »
(pay for it; pay it's cost...)


Work One's Way Through College »
(when a student works to pay for college by oneself while attending college...)


Work Something Off »
(Do work to pay for what was done...)




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