spend

spend / spɛnd /

verb (used with object), spent, spend·ing.
to pay out, disburse, or expend; dispose of (money, wealth, resources, etc.):
resisting the temptation to spend one’s money.
to employ (labor, thought, words, time, etc.), as on some object or in some proceeding:
Don’t spend much time on it.
to pass (time) in a particular manner, place, etc.:
We spent a few days in Baltimore.
to use up, consume, or exhaust:
The storm had spent its fury.

verb (used without object), spent, spend·ing.
to spend money, energy, time, etc.
Obsolete. to be consumed or exhausted.

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