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phrasal verb with ante uk   us   /ˈænti/ verb
[I or T] to give money, often unwillingly: It makes sense for shareholders to ante up more money and wait for an increase in cash flow. To protect the pension system, will companies ante up or will taxpayers foot the bill?
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