Come out of one's own pocket

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Definition

(The cost of the repairs will have) to come out of your pocket: You will have to pay for (the repairs) yourself
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(to pay for something) out of one's own pocket: (to pay for something) with one's own money
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Examples

  • "If you still feel like upgrading to first class or business class, then the money to pay for the upgrade will have to come out of your own pocket."
  • "Brian : I even had to pay for a taxi to Delavigne from SFO out of my own pocket!"
  • "However, despite my tastes and means, I cannot be expected to keep buying fine art out of my own pocket, and I will bring up the matter of finances at the next shareholders meeting."

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