Similar words: take off, shake off, for the sake of, brake, make out, take on, take out, make over. Meaning: n. a percentage (of winnings or loot or profit) taken by an operator or gangster rake off. v. take money from an illegal transaction.
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1 The taxi driver gets a rake-off from the hotel.
2 She got a 5% rake-off from the deal.
3 She got a rake-off of 5 per cent from the deal.
4 And corrupt officials have more chance of a rake-off when expensive goods are involved.
5 As they got a rake-off on all money they collected,[www.Sentencedict.com] the tax-collectors used to overcharge the unfortunate peasants.
6 Because subtract the charge such as the rake-off among , so our price has competition very much .
7 "Rake-off" of the existence of the problem, make the competition, Who give rebate, many with staff who led the tourists to go, otherwise no market consumption, no profit.
8 Joe promised to give us a big rake-off on the deal.
9 He promised to give us a big rake-off on the deal.
10 Additional, those who come to promote is not little also, dozen fold, rake-off, price war is made between intermediary organization, strife openly and secretly, lively and special.
11 The factory does not have the document to prohibit somebody to accept rake-off, bribe, gift and the illegal reward, the improper benefit, and so on.
12 Nanjing home holds the market, do not take those who decorate rake-off, dinkum stylist?
More similar words: take off, shake off, for the sake of, brake, make out, take on, take out, make over, take over, make use of, take note of, take care of, take notice of, make full use of, take the place of, take advantage of, come off, come of, care of, free of, face-off, give off, leave off, write off, in case of, taste of, a piece of, be aware of, because of, bake.