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settle up

phrasal verb with settle  us   /ˈset̬·əl/ verb
to ​pay all of an ​amount you ​owe: I’ve ​finishedeating – just ​let me settle up and we can go.
(Definition of settle up from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"settle up" in British English

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settle up

phrasal verb with settle uk   /ˈset.l̩/  us   /ˈset̬-/ verb
to ​pay someone the ​money that you ​owe them: Would you like to ​settle up now, ​sir? You ​buy the ​tickets and I'll ​settle up with you ​later.
(Definition of settle up from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"settle up" in Business English

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settle up

phrasal verb with settle uk   us   /ˈsetl/ verb
to ​paymoney that you ​owe: We can ​offer a ​reduction to ​customers who ​settle up by the end of the month.settle up with sb Our first ​task is to ​settle up with ​keycreditors.
(Definition of settle up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “settle up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 结账, 付清欠款…
in Turkish hesabı ödemek/kapatmak/temizlemek…
in Russian расплачиваться, рассчитываться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 結賬, 付清欠款…
in Polish rozliczać się…
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