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splash out (sth)

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phrasal verb with splash uk   us   /splæʃ/ verb
C2 to ​spend a lot of ​money on ​buying things, ​especially things that are ​pleasant to have but that you do not need: They ​splashed out £3,000 on a ​holiday.
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