Definition of 'rip off'
Example sentences containing 'rip off'
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He'd become so dehydrated that he felt pieces of skin rip off with them. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)If I could rip off my skin to give life back to those innocents I would. ICED (2002)
Translations for 'rip off'
British English: rip off /rɪp ɒf/ VERB
If someone rips you off, they cheat you by charging too much for goods or services.
People are buying these products and getting ripped off.
- American English: rip off
- Arabic: يَسْرِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: roubar
- Chinese: 敲...竹杠
- Croatian: oguliti do gole kože
- Czech: ošidit peníze
- Danish: flå
- Dutch: afzetten
- European Spanish: timar
- Finnish: veloittaa liikaa
- French: arnaquer
- German: ausbeuten
- Greek: χρεώνω ληστρικά
- Italian: derubare
- Japanese: 法外な値をふっかける
- Korean: 사기치다
- Norwegian: svindle
- Polish: zedrzeć
- European Portuguese: enganar
- Romanian: a trage in piept
- Russian: обсчитывать
- Spanish: estafar
- Swedish: skörta upp
- Thai: คิดราคามากเกินไป
- Turkish: kazıklamak
- Ukrainian: вимагати зависоку ціну
- Vietnamese: tính giá quá đắt
Definition of rip off from the Collins English Dictionary
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