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  1. Mehrgan's Avatar
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    #1

    Looking for the right expression...

    Hi,

    What form can we use to suggest we're about to do something provided someone else will pay for it? 'On someone's budget', 'at someone's cost'? Or any correct forms please?

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    #2

    Re: Looking for the right expression...

    At someone's expense.

    Not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: Looking for the right expression...

    At someone else's expense.

    On someone else's dime. (informal)

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