rip off


rip off
rip off а) сдирать, срывать; The explosion ripped off the whole front ofthe restaurant. б) sl. воровать; грабить; John wouldn't dare to rip off abank. в) coll. запрашивать слишком высокую цену; вымогать деньги; I don't shopat that store any more, they're known for ripping off the customers. г) obs.;coll. выругаться, осыпать проклятиями; Seeing his enemy, he ripped off acurse.

Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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  • rip-off — ˈrip off noun [countable] informal 1. something that is unreasonably expensive: • The survey found that most dieters thought diet programs were a big rip off. 2. something that is a copy of something else: • The high street stores are selling… …   Financial and business terms

  • rip-off — n 1.) informal something that is unreasonably expensive ▪ The meal was a rip off and the service was appalling. 2.) music, art, films etc that are rip offs copy something else without admitting that they are copies rip off of ▪ a rip off of a hit …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rip-off — rip offs 1) N COUNT If you say that something that you bought was a rip off, you mean that you were charged too much money or that it was of very poor quality. [INFORMAL] If he thinks ₤5.40 a day for parking at Luton Airport is a rip off, he… …   English dictionary

  • rip-off — ☆ rip off [rip′ôf΄ ] n. Slang 1. the act or an instance of stealing, cheating, exploiting, misrepresenting, etc. 2. a product that is overpriced, esp. one that is inferior or an imitation * * * rip off (rĭpʹôf , ŏf ) n. Slang 1. A theft. 2. A …   Universalium

  • rip-off — rip ,off noun count usually singular INFORMAL something that is more expensive than it should be: Our meal in town was a complete rip off. rip off prices …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • rip|off — or rip off «RIHP F, OF», noun. U.S. Slang. 1. a theft or robbery. 2. something that exploits a popular trend or interest …   Useful english dictionary

  • rip off — {v.}, {slang} (Stress on off ) Steal. * /The hippies ripped off the grocery store./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • rip off — {v.}, {slang} (Stress on off ) Steal. * /The hippies ripped off the grocery store./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • rip-off — ☆ rip off [rip′ôf΄ ] n. Slang 1. the act or an instance of stealing, cheating, exploiting, misrepresenting, etc. 2. a product that is overpriced, esp. one that is inferior or an imitation …   English World dictionary

  • rip-off — [n] trick; robbery cheat, con*, exploitation, fraud, gyp*, larceny, lift*, pinch*, purloining, racket*, steal, stealing, swindle, theft, thievery, thieving; concepts 139,192 Ant. gift, giving, offering …   New thesaurus

  • rip off — [v] rob; trick abuse, appropriate, bleed*, cheat, con*, cop*, defraud, dupe, exploit, filch*, fleece*, heist, impose on*, lift*, nab*, pilfer, pinch, plunder, ransack, relieve, rifle, skin*, soak*, stick*, swindle, swipe, thieve, use; concepts… …   New thesaurus

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