Venmo

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After the Venmo mobile payment system

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Venmo (third-person singular simple present Venmos, present participle Venmoing, simple past and past participle Venmoed)

  1. To use the Venmo peer-to-peer mobile payment system, originally principally for splitting bills such as for food, drinks, entertainment, and transportation.
    • 2013 August 5, Emma Roller, “The Spawn of Facebook and PayPal”, in Slate:
      Don’t want to bother splitting the brunch check five ways? Split it two ways instead, and three people will have some Venmoing to do.
    • 2016 August 2, Tonya Riley, “After a Breakup, I Turned to Venmo for Closure”, in Cosmopolitan.com:
      We had only Venmoed once or twice in our short relationship, but I knew it was an app he used frequently with his friends.
    • 2018 August 26, Louise Matsakis, “It's Time to Stop Sending Money on Venmo”, in Wired:
      Venmoing may be standard, but here’s why I’ve switched.
    • 2020 March 26, Nicholas Rice, “Ariana Grande Venmos Money to Fans in Financial Need amid Coronavirus Crisis”, in People.com:
      Ariana Grande is lending a hand to help her fans in need amid the current coronavirus pandemic.
    • 2020, Kerstin Lindquist, Where’s My Crown for Acting Like Everything Is Fine?:
      She's the keeper of all the receipts and bills (and hopefully sees the benefit this will be if she's using a rewards credit card) and at the end of the trip she divides the total and everyone Venmos!
    • 2020, John McMahon, The Evil Men Do, page 176:
      "Keeps to himself," he said, "Venmos the rent. Never calls to fix nothin'." In other words, a perfect tenant.

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