put the money up (for something)(redirected from put some money up for)
put the money up (for something)
To provide the necessary funds for something, such as tuition, a business venture, a company, etc. It's a pretty radical idea, Wade, but who on earth is going to put up the money? I heard Mary's father-in-law is putting the money up for her start-up company.
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put money up (for something)
to provide the funding for something. The government put the money up for the cost of construction. Who will put up the money for my education?
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- put money up
- put up the money (for something)
- (Someone or something) called, they want their (something) back!
- work (one's) way through (school)
- work your way through college, etc.
- be (one's) man/woman
- ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for (someone or something)
- be another matter
- be another thing
- be another/a different matter