‘fork something over’

When you ask someone to fork something over, you want him to hand it over to you. The expression is used in informal contexts and is usually used with money.

“You borrowed money from me last week. Fork it over.* Do you think the bank will fork over more money to help us ?

Source: ‘Know Your English’ ( The Hindu) – May 01, 2006 

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