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Do they mean the same thing?

She’s due her money back = She’s due to get her money back?

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Do they both sound natural?

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    They sound natural, but the meanings differ. "She’s due her money back" indicates she is owed the money, not that she will necessarily receive it. "She’s due to get her money back" suggests she will actually receive the money.

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