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rip-off

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrɪpɒf/ informal COMMERCE
something that costs more than it is worth: Loan protection is the biggest rip-off in banking today. rip-off prices
a cheap or bad copy of something: He's fed up with the endless high-street rip-offs of his collections. All along the road there were market stalls selling rip-off Versace, Gucci and Lacoste.
Traducciones de “rip-off”
en coreano 바가지…
en árabe سَرِقة, سِعْر فاحِش…
en portugués engodo, roubo, calote…
en catalán estafa…
en japonés ぼったくり, 暴利…
en italiano fregatura, truffa…
en chino (tradicionál) 索價過高的物品…
en ruso обдираловка…
en turco soygun, fahiş, fazla pahalı…
en chino (simplificado) 索价过高的物品…
en polaco zdzierstwo…
(Definition of rip-off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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