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    put the taxie on expenses

    Don't worry, I'll put the taxi on expenses.

    Does it mean that my company will pay for the taxi?

    Thanks!

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    Re: put the taxie on expenses

    Quote Originally Posted by lauraguan View Post
    Don't worry, I'll put the taxi on expenses.

    Does it mean that my company will pay for the taxi?

    Thanks!
    Probably.
    People also say, 'I'll charge it to my expense account.'

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