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splash out (sth)

UK phrasal verb with splash     /splæʃ/ verb [I, T]
to spend a lot of money on something that you want but do not need: He splashed out on the best champagne for the party. They splashed out over a thousand pounds on a new kitchen.Paying and spending money
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