fork out

  1. to surrender someone or something to another
    render the town to the enemy
    render up the prisoners
    the guard delivered the criminal to the police
    fork over the money
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How To Use fork out In A Sentence

  • As Christians celebrate this momentous day, dipping into one's pocket to fork out that last ngwee and give to the needy is just as important.
  • Because of Stagecoach's speculation, the ratepayers of Southampton have had to fork out El 38,000 to provide another coach station.
  • I have got to fork out a lot of money to the collector of Taxes this year .
  • We don't want to have to fork out for an expensive meal.
  • This will save huge rifts when you fork out 4,500 on that reclining gamer chair. The Sun
  • Fare dodgers who refuse to pay the initial fine usually have to fork out around £120.
  • Most plants have leaves with veins that fork outward from a central midrib.
  • He will have to fork out for private school fees for Nina.
  • Yes | No | Report from muskiemaster wrote 12 weeks 2 days ago fifteen foot fly rod and just drop it on top of him. no I'm just kidding I don't know what you could've done, maybe if I had a 9-foot 5-weight, Temple Fork Outfitters fly rod I could go catch him for you, sometimes luck just isn't on your side. Deeter: Help Me Catch That Scum-Sucking Pig! (And win a fly rod).
  • Gardeners might also fork out £2,000 for a statue-alarm - now commonplace in gardens owned by the National Trust.
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