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siphon sth off
[phrasal verb] to dishonestly take money from an organization or other supply, and use it for a purpose for which it was not intended
butter up someone
[phrasal verb] to please someone, esp. by praising that person in order to get him or her to agree to something
hanker after sth
[phrasal verb] to have a strong wish for something, especially if you cannot or should not have it. Also hanker for sth
come in
[phrasal verb] to become involved in a situation, story, or plan
shell out
[phrasal verb] to pay money for something, especially when the cost is unexpected and not wanted
flush out sb
[phrasal verb] to force someone who is planning something secretly to act or to state their intentions
rake sth in
[phrasal verb] to earn or get a large amount of money
pass on
[phrasal verb] polite expression for die verb
see to something
[phrasal verb] to do something that has to be done
thrash sth out
[phrasal verb] to discuss a problem in detail until you reach an agreement or find a solution
lark around
[phrasal verb] to behave in a silly way because you think it is funny
stump up
[phrasal verb] to pay an amount or type of money for something, especially unwillingly
saddle sb with sth
[phrasal verb] to give someone a responsibility or problem that they do not want and that will cause them a lot of work or difficulty
claw sth back
[phrasal verb] to get possession of something again with difficulty
go down on sb
[phrasal verb] to use the tongue and lips to touch someone's sexual organs in order to give pleasure