To save up – English lesson
To keep money aside from your daily expenses for a larger expense, such as buying a computer, expensive phone etc.
To cough up – English lesson
To spend money for something you never wanted to.
To cut back –
To spend less money and save money for larger expenses
To fork out –
To pay for something, usually something you would rather not have to pay for.
To splash out –
To spend a lot of money on buying things, especially things that are pleasant to have but that you do not need, in other words to spend money lavishly.
To pay off-
To pay or return what is owed as a debt. OR To return money that you owe, usually credit card bills, your house morgtage etc.
Rip off- English lesson
To charge someone too much of money for something than the usual price.
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