pony sth up

pony sth up
UK US pony (sth) up
Phrasal Verb with pony({{}}/ˈpəʊni/ verb
US INFORMAL
to pay money: »

Print subscribers will have to pony up if they want to read the magazine online.

»

He has 50 or so individual clients, who each pony up at least $5 million to get into one of his funds.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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