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Meaning of “rip-off” - Learner’s Dictionary

rip-off

noun [C]     /ˈrɪpɒf/ informal
something that costs far too much money: The drinks here are a complete rip-off.Cheating and trickingPlotting and trappingCosts and expenses
Translations of “rip-off”
in Korean 바가지…
in Arabic سَرِقة, سِعْر فاحِش…
in Portuguese engodo, roubo, calote…
in Catalan estafa…
in Japanese ぼったくり, 暴利…
in Italian fregatura, truffa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 索價過高的物品…
in Russian обдираловка…
in Turkish soygun, fahiş, fazla pahalı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 索价过高的物品…
in Polish zdzierstwo…
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