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6 'MONEY' Phrasal Verbs
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'MONEY' Phrasal Verbs: 

1. To buy sb off: To pay someone so that they do not cause you any trouble. 

2. To buy sb out: To buy part of company or building from someone else so that you own all of it. 

3. To buy sth up: To buy large amounts of something, or all that is available. 

4. To cash in on sth: To get money or another advantage from an event or situation, often in an unfair way. 

5. To cash up: To count all the money taken by shop or business at the end of each day. 

6. To pay sth off: To pay back money that you owe. 

*sb somebody 
*sth something 
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