spend a lotYou do spend a lot of time on the radio telephone.
want to spendI don't want to spend my time travelling
spend timeI'll have to spend time showing them how to use your machine.’
spend moneyAnd these kids spend money on it.
spend the restReturn to Washington and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
spend mostIs that what you spend most of it on probably?
spend more timeNorman Lamont's family says it doesn't want to spend more time with him.
spend some timeWherever we are, we are hoping that Rob and Joyce will spend some time with us.
spend a dayEverywhere I go like he follows me know what I mean, I'm sitting up there at one stage and he, he'd spend a day sort of curls, curls up and cuddles me.
prepare to spend
spend the nightOn my arrival I was taken straight to Sick Bay where I was to spend the night, as a billet had not yet been found for me.
able to spendwill my doctor be able to spend as much time with me?
have to spendI'll have to spend time showing them how to use your machine.’
spend halfYou don't have to spend half a day in a moving microwave oven racing lorries down the autostrada.
spend tenHe had a bad attack of bronchitis during February and was forced to spend ten days in hospital.
money to spendBut the manager knows that he has no money to spend on new players.’
spend the wholeEyes sparkling, Vicky told me: ‘Laurence and I are to spend the whole day together.’
go to spend
spend hoursI would spend hours daydreaming about it.
spend twoSharon, 28, planned to spend two months climbing in the Himalayas.
spend at leastGraham, John Taylor and I spend at least the equivalent of a day a week on cycling matters.
spend threeI had to spend three days in bed and didn't really kick a ball in the build-up to the Highfield Road game.
must spend‘Now they are husband and wife they must spend the rest of their life together.’
spend a fortuneSo you wouldn't have to spend a fortune on, on, on I mean it's only a matter of most of it's a matter of paint, and then hanging a few things up isn't it?
decide to spend
still spendStill spend still spend your money Irene.
spend upI can spend up to £50 ($75) or so.
spend a pennyRaising cash to spend a penny
spend the firstDidn't you spend the first session deciding whether to include that little pre-position?
force to spend
use to spendIt would be unfair to the House to spend hours reeling off reams of statistics but, so that the picture of Shrewsbury is fully painted, I must tell the House that in 1983 there were 1,334 long-term unemployed people.
spend a fewThe advance party has now returned to base camp to spend a few days feeding up on military rations of sausage and beans and chocolate and pear ready for the final push.