Definition of 'rake-off'
Example sentences containing 'rake-off'
DEAD BEAT (2002)
I have to mount operations in them without anyone knowing because maybe their security people are getting a rake-off too.SNOWLINE (2002)
You'll have to fork out on publicity -- but there's no gallery to take a rake-off so you're quids in with the first sale.THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (2002)
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