NEF Intermediate 2A
New English File Intermediate
Terms in this set (22)
wanting more (money) than you really need
to spend a lot of money on sth
money you borrow to buy a house, etc., and you pay it back over a particular number of years
to have enough money or time to be able to buy or to do sth
to receive money, property, etc. from sb when they die
I ___ some money ______ every week. = save
I often ____ money on stupid things. = to use more money than is necessary or useful
How much do lawyers _____ per hour? = to ask an amount of money for goods or a service
to have to return money that you have borrowed
My car is _____ 200,000. = I could sell it for this price.
I'll pay ___ the beer.
(phr. v.) = to return money that you borrowed from sb
I spent 10,000 ____ clothes yesterday.
cashpoint, ATM = a machine in or outside a bank, etc., from which you can get money from your bank account using a special plastic card
money that you have to pay to the government according to your income so that it can pay for public services
to put st in the rubbish bin
to give something to somebody without wanting something in return: to _____ _____ your old clothes
to start a new company
come, appear: I don't know why Eda didn't ____ ____ at the pilates class.
Who will ____ ____ your dog when you are on holiday?