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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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Let's hope Laura stays single rather than settle with someone for the sake of procreating, or gives in to societal pressures.
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. Script cleverly leaves audience as much in the dark as the puzzled and increasingly frightened boys.
"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.
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