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rip off

2010.02.21

rip off =leszakít, letép, rablás, túlságosan nagy ár

1. treat somebody unfairly over money: to charge somebody an unfair price, or cheat somebody financially

 2. steal something: to rob somebody, or steal something

1.to cheat someone, especially by charging them too much money for something

     Tourists are worried they’ll get ripped off.

     This government is ripping off the country.

     Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of rip: deceive, trick, cheat, string along, swindle... more

  2. to steal something

     Cars get ripped off all the time round here.

     Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of rip: steal, walk off with, rob, burgle, snatch... more

riping music

go over sy's head -nnn

chum

chummy - friendly

chummy people are friendly with each other, especially in a way that stops other people from joining the group

get chummy with someone (=become very friendly with someone): 

I can’t see him getting chummy with Bill – they have absolutely nothing in common.

 

serf - jobbágy

labour market

this goes back

prison in mind

colony - gyarmat

newrich

craftsman - iparos

evade - kitér

in my team

newrich

to purge - delete

verb  (past and past participle purged, present participle purg·ing, 3rd person present singular purg·es)

1. transitive verb get rid of opponents: to remove opponents or people considered undesirable from a state or organization

2. transitive verb remove something undesirable: to get rid of something undesirable, impure, or imperfect

3. transitive verb religion free somebody from guilt or sin: to make somebody or something pure and free from guilt, sin, or defilement ( formal )

purge a soul of its sins 

4. transitive verb comput delete data: to delete unwanted or unneeded data from disk storage in a systematic fashion so as to remove all references to the data

5. intransitive verb psychology med vomit or use laxatives: to rid the body of food by using laxatives or inducing vomiting

6. transitive and intransitive verb medicine empty bowels: to empty the bowels, or cause somebody to empty the bowels

 noun:

1. getting rid of opponents: the removal of opponents or people considered undesirable from a state or organization

2. getting rid of something undesirable: the removal of something undesirable, impure, or imperfect

3. medicine laxative:

omething that acts as a laxative ( archaic )

[13th century. Via French< Latin purgare "purify" < purus "pure"]

1. to remove people suddenly or violently from an organization, group etc

purge something of someone:

an effort to purge the council of corrupt officials

purge someone from something:

 

purging large numbers of workers from unprofitable businesses

 

Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of purge: limit, tie down, control, hamper, fence in... more

 

2. to remove a bad or unpleasant condition or feeling from someone or something

purge someone of something:

He was purged of all his fears and fell asleep at once.

purge something from something:

They were unable to purge the mistakes from the computer system.

Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of purge: replace, throw away, shed, dispose of, do

 

clog (up)- dugul (drain, pipe)

1.[intransitive/transitive] to block something such as a pipe, tube, or passage, or to become blocked, so that nothing can get through

 

     The drain’s clogged again.

     be clogged with something:

 

     The waterways are clogged with ice in winter.

    

 

  2.[transitive] to slow down progress or an activity

 

     Unfounded lawsuits are clogging the court system.

     Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of clog: interfere with, inhibit, disrupt, hamper, cramp... more

 

 

blood clot

fewer and fewer people NEM: less and less ... FEWER

blow up your mind

defective - hibás, tökéletlen

put compress

froth - bubble

froth on the top

frothy

creamy cake

foam - hab, de nem ehető

supe froth

shooting from the hip

to hoard - raktározni

the banks are hoarding the money

sound = healthy

harsh (kemény)

harsh opinion

sounding board - feedback

to cook the book - to commit accounting freaud

 

irrigation = bringing liquid

1. to bring water to land through a system of pipes, ditches etc in order to make crops grow = öntözés

2 medical to wash an injury using a continuous flow of liquid = öblítés

 

hog slaughter = disznóváhás

foreclosure = ingatlanárverés, amikor valaki nemm tud fizetni

to take someone’s property because they failed to pay back the money that they borrowed to buy it 

The bank was threatening to foreclose on his mortgage.

kingpin = maffiavezér

 

fort wox

audit the fed

end the fed

Prohibition 1920's = alkohol tilalpom

 

 

 

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