Pay+the+bill

  • 1 pay the bill — index bear the expense Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 pay the shot — phrasal : to pay the bill : stand the expense …

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  • 3 Pay the Devil — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pay the Devil Álbum de estudio de Van Morrison Publicación 6 de marzo de 2006 Género(s) Música c …

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  • 4 pay the shot — pay the whole bill, pay for everybody s ticket etc.    Uncle Sammy paid the whole shot for our trip to Europe …

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  • 5 Pay the Devil — Infobox Album | Name = Pay the Devil Type = Album Artist = Van Morrison Released = March 6 2006 Recorded = Genre = Country Length = 45:44 Label = Lost Highway Records Producer = Van Morrison Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5… …

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  • 6 pay the water bill — tv. to urinate. □ I’ll be with you as soon as I pay the water bill …

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  • 7 The Bill Episode 462 — ynopsisPCs Will Fletcher and Dan Casper race each other to a scene when they are informed there is a naked woman tied to a tree. PCs Tony Stamp, Roger Valentine and Leela Kapoor laugh when the naked woman turns out to be Evan Holmes, a spotty… …

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  • 8 Foot the bill — The idiom foot the bill means basically :1. to pay all the costs for something (We ended up having to foot the bill for a new roof because our insurance didn t cover storm damage.) [http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/foot+the+bill The Free… …

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  • 9 foot the bill — (informal) PAY (THE BILL), settle up; informal pick up the tab, cough up, fork out, shell out, come across; N. Amer. informal pick up the check. → foot * * * foot the bill (informal) To p …

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  • 10 foot the bill — informal as usual, the taxpayers will have to foot the bill Syn: pay (the bill), settle up; informal pick up the tab, pick up the check, cough up (the money/dough), fork out (the money/dough), shell out (the money/dough) …

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  • 11 foot the bill — (Colloq.) Pay the bill, settle the account, discharge the reckoning …

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  • 12 foot the bill — pay all of the expenses, pay the shot    It s not right for Dad to foot the bill for your trip to Vegas …

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  • 13 foot the bill — pay The company will foot the bill for his move to Chicago …

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  • 14 foot the bill — Ⅰ. foot the bill ► to pay the cost of something: »Senior managers might be able to get employers to foot the bill for a weekend executive MBA program. Main Entry: ↑foot Ⅱ. foot the bill ► to pay a bill: »Should the go …

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  • 15 foot the bill — 1. to pay all the costs for something. We ended up having to foot the bill for a new roof because our insurance didn t cover storm damage. 2. to pay money owed. Who s going to foot the bill for all the repairs? …

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  • 16 foot the bill — {v. phr.} To cover the expenses of; pay for something. * /The bride s father footed two thirds of the bill for hix daughter s wedding./ Compare: PICK UP THE TAB …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 17 foot the bill — {v. phr.} To cover the expenses of; pay for something. * /The bride s father footed two thirds of the bill for hix daughter s wedding./ Compare: PICK UP THE TAB …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 18 foot\ the\ bill — v. phr. To cover the expenses of; pay for something. The bride s father footed two thirds of the bill for his daughter s wedding. Compare: pick up the tab …

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  • 19 meet the bill — index bear the expense, defray, disburse (pay out) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 20 fill the bill — Synonyms and related words: advance, advantage, answer, avail, be OK, be equal to, be handy, be of use, be right, bear, befit, befitting, benefit, bestead, do, do it, do the job, do the trick, fit, forward, fulfill, get by, give good returns, go… …

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