fork out

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  • verb

Synonyms for fork out

to surrender someone or something to another

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And drivers with a flat could have to fork out PS50 for a new can of sealant as well PS150 for another tyre.
Fans have to fork out so players can enjoy flash cars and bling.
Hibs were the only other SPL side to fork out on a permanent transfer, paying pounds 80,000 for Martin Scott from Ross County.
If somebody is going to fork out pounds 225 to come in, I'd say they have to be relatively serious about what they're doing.
If I were a shop owner and wanted cardboard protection, I would fork out 100 quid for a cut-out of a bouncer or someone who would really deter criminals.