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rip–off

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noun \ˈrip-ˌȯf\

Simple Definition of rip–off

  • : something that is too expensive : something that is not worth its price

  • : something that is too much like something made by someone else

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of rip–off

  1. 1 :  an act or instance of stealing :  theft; also :  a financial exploitation

  2. 2 :  a usually cheap exploitive imitation


Learn More about rip–off

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of "rip–off"


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