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To spend or to pay money

disburse

verb

to pay out money from a fund

spend

verb

to use money to pay for things

pay

verb

to give money in order to buy something

pay out

to spend or pay money, especially a lot of money

finance

verb

to pay for something such as a large project

fund

verb

to provide the money for something that costs a lot

invest in

to spend money on something in order to improve it or make it more successful

put up

to provide a large amount of money for something

bear the cost/expense etc

to pay for something

pay good money for something

to pay a lot for something: used for emphasizing that you spent a lot, especially when it has not been worth it

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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