28. Phrasal verbs for banking and finance

28. Phrasal verbs for banking and finance

 

Across

2. They are standing by their original offer.  Their offer is unchanged.

6. I have set up a trust fund.  I have arranged a trust fund.

8. Do you want to call off the meeting?   Do you want to cancel the meeting?

9. They backed out of the deal.   They withdrew from the deal.

10. They have put down a deposit.   They have paid a deposit.

11. We have ran out of money.   We do not have any more money.

13. I am working out the figures.   I am calculating the figures.

15. We have given up on the debt. We have stopped trying to collect debt.

16. I want to cash in my ISA.   I want to take the money out of my ISA.

19. They pulled out of the deal.   They withdrew from the deal.

20. He is put in an offer.   He has made an offer.

21. We will take them up on their offer.  We will accept their offer.

 

Down

1. We can take 10% off the price.  We can reduce the price by 10%.

3. The company has gone under.  The company has collapsed.

4. Her money is tied up in property.   Her money is invested in property.

5. I hope the deal does not fall through.  I hope the deal happens.

7. The bank has been taken over.  The bank has been bought by another company.

8. We are cutting back on production costs.   We are reducing production costs.

10. We put in an order for new computers.   We ordered new computers.

11. The costs ran into six figures.    The costs were more than f100,000.

12. They have not come up with money yet.   They have not paid yet.

14. I hope the deal goes through.   I hope the deal happens.

17. The costs add up to six figures.   The costs total around f100,000.

18. They are going to hand over the money.   They are going to give us money.

19. We can put 10% on the price.    We can add 10% to the price.

20. The company has been put up for sale.   The company has been put on the market.

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