pony * up +
還 (帳)，付 (錢)
I had to pony fifty dollars up for the meal.
疲憊不堪；(因精疲力竭而) 決定停止做 (某事)
I was going to write my essay, but I pooped out and went to bed instead.
poop out on +
We were supposed to meet yesterday, but she pooped out on me at the last minute.
He popped in for a coffee on his way home.
He’s always popping off when things don’t suit him.
He’s just popped off for a break but should be back in a few minutes.
I’m just popping out to the shops. Do you need anything while I’m out?
The dialogue box popped up when I pressed Enter.
I’m going to have to work late tonight because something has popped up.
potter about/around (+)
On Saturday mornings, I potter about the garden if the weather’s fine.
I pottered around, sorting out my CDs and a few other things.
It poured down all day so we had to remain indoors.
Useless statistics pour forth from him.