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milk

verb [T]
 
 
/mɪlk/ disapproving
to get as much money or information from someone or something as possible or as much advantage from a situation as possible: milk sb for sth The supermarket has been accused of milking suppliers for as much money as they can. If the press hear about this, they will milk the story for weeks.
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