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    #1

    Play with that

    A: Have you got enough money?
    B: We don't have enough cash, so I'll take my credit card and we can pay with that.

    In sentence 2, is it natural to say '.....pay with it'?

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    #2

    Re: Play with that

    Pay or play - they both work !

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