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Rip off   /rɪp ɔf/   Listen
Rip off

verb
1.
Deprive somebody of something by deceit.  Synonyms: cheat, chisel.  "This salesman ripped us off!" , "We were cheated by their clever-sounding scheme" , "They chiseled me out of my money"






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Words linked to "Rip off" :   fleece, bilk, surcharge, beguile, victimize, bunco, overcharge, mulct, hoodwink, gazump, rob, cozen, delude, deceive, welch, beat, lead on, goldbrick, rip-off, juggle, swindle, welsh, soak, short-change, gip, pluck, defraud, nobble, con, gyp, whipsaw, rook, plume, hook, scam, diddle, bunk, victimise, hornswoggle



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