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lay sth out

(SPEND MONEY) 花錢 informal phrasal verb with lay /leɪ/ verb (laid)
to spend money, especially a large amount (大把)花(錢) It's not every day you lay out £2000 on a holiday. 花2000英鎊去渡假可不是常有的事。 →  See also outlay Withdrawing moneyPaying and spending money
(Definition of lay sth out phrasal verb, verb (SPEND MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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