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rake-off

noun [C]
 
 
informal
a large amount of money that someone gets, often unfairly, from the profits of an investment or business activity: Company bosses are already making a large rake-off from executive share options.
Translations of “rake-off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (不正當或非法的)回扣,傭金…
in Chinese (Simplified) (不正当或非法的)回扣,佣金…
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