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Translation of "rort" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

rort

verb [T]     /rɔːt/ US  /rɔːrt/ Australian informal
to take unfair advantage of a public service 對(公共服務制度)取巧利用,鑽…的空子 Gary's been rorting the system, getting both a student allowance and unemployment benefit. 加里一直在鑽制度的空子,又拿學生補助,又領失業救濟。 Fraud and corruption
Translations of “rort”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对(公共服务制度)取巧利用,钻…的空子…
(Definition of rort verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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