How to Conjugate Rip Off
- Infinitive: Rip Off
- Present Tense: Rip Off/ Rips Off
- -ing Form: Ripping Off
- Past Tense: Ripped Off
- Past Participle: Ripped Off
Definitions of Rip Off:
1. When someone asks for a price for something that is too high, when someone cheats or steals.
Examples: Charlie felt like he’d been ripped off when he saw the phone he just bought for half the price
Some big companies have a reputation for ripping people off.
2. [Noun] When someone steals, charges too much, or cheats you.
Examples: This store is a ripoff! I saw the same brand and model is sold at Macy’s, and it’s $80 less.
Diet books are a total ripoff in my opinion.
3. When someone or something physically removes something from its place.
Examples: The incredible hulk ripped a lamp post off the sidewalk!The tornado ripped branches right off of trees.
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