Dip into her savings - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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dip into (one's) savings
To take money from one's savings account in small amounts. When my car broke down, I had to dip into my savings to pay for all of the repairs.
dip into one's savings
to take out part of the money one has been saving. (See also dip in(to something)
.) I had to dip into my savings in order to pay for my vacation. I went to the bank and dipped into savings. There wasn't much left.
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There's only one problem: along the way, she keeps running into friends who are in trouble, and need her to dip into her savings
And Whitney decides to dip into her savings
to pay for a post-mortem to find out what killed Wellard.
SHE decides to dip into her savings
and book a posh hotel for a long weekend of champagne, posh meals - and, hopefully, plenty of passionate sex.
Owner Molly Badham is already having to dip into her savings
to feed the animals.