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settle with (one)

To pay the balance of what is owed to someone. You get our jackets while I go settle with the bartender. I need to settle with Brian for those plane tickets soon—I hate having debt hanging over me.
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There may be some score to settle with someone higher up the food chain.
I'm happy now, but sometimes I long to settle with someone for keeps.
His mysterious behavior and purchase of a long, heavy object bundled in cloth suggests he has a score to settle with someone.
A seller is more likely to settle with someone who is approved, even if you are offering less than the person who is not, because a seller knows that you have a mortgage.
I don't know how to settle with someone who says we want to stop your policy when we don't have one,'' Newton said.