put something away

put something away

tv. to eat something. Did you put away that whole pizza?
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The Cardiff mum said: "I try and put something away in case the kids need new school uniforms or the washing machine breaks down.
We are likely to spend an average 20 years in retirement, so you do need to put something away for that.
The idea is to put something away each month throughout your working life and build up a financial cushion to see you through old age and enable you to afford to continue your lifestyle.
It's funny I don't actually miss the money going out of my salary but one day, when I get it back, it will feel wonderful and I'll be so glad I put something away for my future.
It would be common sense and good discipline, but it's difficult for young people to find the cash to put something away for their retirement.
Such figures underscore the need to live within our means in retirement and even put something away.
If you have a little extra money, put something away for a rainy day.
Try to put something away in tax-free ISAs to help cushion your old age.
Instead of just paying off clothing accounts, put something away for your future.
One said: "You will be asking those who have been prudent all their lives, and managed to put something away for their old age, to put their hands in their pockets yet again to pay for your budget cuts.
Many people, start too late because they think they don't make enough, but April says, "You can still put something away.
If everybody decides that it is a good time to put something away for a rainy day then all they are doing is whistling up a storm.
They've been married for 60 years and worked hard as schoolteachers to support their own three kids and put something away for the future.
Sometimes when I am not thinking, I accidentally put something away in the wrong place.
Are you sure you don't want to put something away for a rainy day?
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