rip-off


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cheat

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the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

Synonyms for rip-off

the act of stealing

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If you haven't guessed from the name yet, it's a rip-off of the Super Mario Bros.
holiday rip-offs revealed NEW research from Post Office Travel Money has revealed the 'holiday rip-offs' that could be responsible for almost seven-in-ten families busting their budgets on trips abroad by PS159 each.
Mr Healey said: "People have no choice about making these calls - to get help and make claims- but are charged rip-off rates.
Once again, with a maker like Strider, who has a reputation for building strong, reliable field knives for serious work, a cheap "Strider'" rip-off that fails in a situation could get someone hurt, or worse.
A massive rent deposit rip-off could be forcing more people onto the streets of the North-East.
Heretofore, the seniors market in Japan has largely been the playground of rip-off artists, preying on seniors with bogus investment schemes, or more recently by drawing them to new "retirement homes" and communities that are essentially designed to milk the government for whatever welfare subsidies they can and squeeze the retirement-home residents out of their savings.
GORDON BROWN has vowed to clamp down on rip-off warranty deals on electrical goods after a Sunday Mail campaign exposed the racket.
H Beaney pleads for fair play from bookies-and an investigation into the forecast rip-off
It is expected to help protect customers from certain types of rip-off in which police sometimes have difficulty establishing a case.
This weekend, New Labour's crestfallen conference circus slides into Brighton, and this time the Rip-off chorus will be sung by fuel tax protestors targeting Gordon Brown.
Mel Scarlett, Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) president emeritus, in his recent book, "The Great Rip-Off in American Education: Undergrads Underserved" (Prometheus, $22).
WHEN I first saw ITV were making a show called Big Box, Little Box I feared it might be a rip-off of C4's Embarrassing Bodies.
RIP-OFF Cunningham Now the crook has been jailed for three years after admitting six unfair trading offences.
We should all turn our backs on these ambulance chasing claims-handling firms and the Government should take action to curb their rip-off activities.
The biggest rip-off at the pumps was changing from gallons to litres, the new measurements disguising the fact that prices had jumped yet again.