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dun (someone) for (something)

To nag or bother someone to pay money owed. Don't answer the phone—creditors keep dunning me for money that I just don't have right now.
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dun someone for something

to harass someone to pay a bill or deliver something. If you don't pay the bill, they will dun you for it day and night. My job is to dun people for payment of their bills.
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Dun and Bradstreet expects the deal to be neutral to 2015 adjusted earnings per share, due to interest expense associated with the expected debt financing for the transaction, and neutral to 2015 free cash flow.
If the business is transferred from Dun Laoghaire to Dublin Port then I will seek assurances that there will be no loss of jobs.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company chief executive Michael Hanahoe said the new arrangement would be profitable to both parties and recognised that the ferry market had been declining due to competition from low-cost airlines.
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