settle affairs


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settle someone's affairs

to deal with one's business matters; to manage the business affairs of someone who can't. When my uncle died, I had to settle his affairs. I have to settle my affairs before going to Mexico for a year.
See also: affair, settle
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As you see in Parliament that they don't even consult, many times you see the Congress and the BJP, try to settle affairs on the issues of economic policies.
While this may come as a surprise to those of us who primarily associate the tiny country with dairy products, Kresten must, embarrassing as it may be, go back to the family farm and settle affairs.
1, 2000, but a two-month grace period would be given to allow the operators to settle affairs with employees and other matters.
Kennedy's effort promised to settle affairs - until Marriott made an outstanding save.
His effort after 56 minutes promised to settle affairs until Marriott made an outstanding save.