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Money: Phrasal Verbs (3)

You'd better ......... in that low mortgage rate soon because I heard that interest rates are going up next week.
I have to take ......... some money today. I lost my debit card, so I'll have to go to the bank before I can go to the grocery store.
Richard has to ......... out some money before he can get his daughter out of jail. She was charged with impaired driving yesterday, and her bail was set at $5000.
My uncle bought ......... that company, and now he's selling it off in shares.
Mr. Garrison just bought ......... all of the remaining lots. He wants to own most of this subdivision.
You'd better ......... in on your gold jewelry right now. The price of gold is high, and you'd get a lot for those old rings that you don't even wear any more.
I had to ......... up $3300 for a new engine this week. That hurt!
I'm trying to save ......... food bills every month, so I'm clipping all coupons I can get my hands on.
I'm putting money ......... my son's tuition. I always planned on helping him with his college education.
You know things are bad when you have to break ......... your son's piggy bank in order to pay for bus fare. I hope my husband gets a job soon.