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Pony Up

Pony Up - to pay money owed: to pay for something

  • My boss needs to pony up, and pay our salaries.
  • Do you have the money to pony up?.
  • I have to pony up the money that I owe.
  • We need to pony up the money for the rent.
  • How can we pony up, since we do not even have a job?
  • Can you pony up, and pay the electric bill?

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