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palm sth off on sb

phrasal verb with palm
 
 
/pɑːm/ verb
to give or sell something to someone because you want to get rid of it: He palmed his old computer off on me.Buying and selling in generalGiving, providing and supplying
Translations of “palm sth off on sb”
in Russian сбывать, всучивать…
in Turkish kandırarak satmak/vermek, üçkâğıda getirmek…
in Polish wciskać komuś coś…
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