Fork out for something

When you pay money for something (more than you thought?) and you don’t really want to. This phrase gives me an image of turning over soggy soil with a big garden fork, like spending the money is a big effort that really hurts. You usually only fork out for un-fun expensive things, like a new washing machine, travel insurance to America, or renewing a monthly travel card. It’s heavy work!

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