One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘where the road forks, bear left’
branch, split, divide, subdivide, separate, part, diverge, go in different directions, go separate ways, bifurcate, split in two
technical furcate, divaricate, ramify
‘to enjoy those benefits, you will have to fork out twelve pounds a month’
pay, pay up, pay out
come up with, hand over, part with, defray the cost of
foot the bill, settle up
cough up, shell out, dish out, lay out, come across with
make with, ante up, pony up
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