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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “nick”

nick

verb [T] (CHARGE)
收費
 
 
/nɪk/ US informal
to cheat someone or to charge them too much money
訛詐;收取過高費用
$50 for a meal like that - we were nicked!
花50美元吃這樣一頓飯?我們被騙了!
If your bank account balance falls below the minimum, you'll be nicked for a $5 service charge.
如果你的銀行存款餘額低於這個底限,你就會被收取5美元的服務費。
Cheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
(Definition of nick verb (CHARGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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