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English definition of “money-off”


adjective [before noun] /ˌmʌn.ɪˈɒf/ US  /-ˈɑːf/
used to describe an agreement between a business and customer in which the customer can buy something for a particular amount less than the usual price: Passengers get money-off deals on future cruises. money-off coupons/vouchers
(Definition of money-off adjective from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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