To stump up

to pay cash.
- Halliwell.

See also: Stump

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The cash-strapped city council refused to stump up - despite owning the structures.
Convincing City to stump up pounds 60,000-a-week while he plays for Spurs will not be easy.
Micro businesses which operate from a home base or other modest location can raise their profile - without having to stump up large sums on accommodation.
Those who wish to contest their unfair dismissal or discrimination cases at an employment tribunal (ET) will have to stump up to PS1,200 up front to have their cases heard.
One businessman who paid nearly pounds 100,000 for the debenture rights on 10 posh 'Club Wembley' seats was surprised to be told he would have to stump up pounds 99 each for tickets to Monday's Championship play-off final - pounds 20 more than the highest-priced ordinary seat.
Let's stop blaming the victims and instead look at how we can make changes to help these countries in the long term so that we don't have to stump up emergency aid.