rip off v.
1. [1910s] (US) to create, to make.
2. [1960s] to take, to secure (with no implication of theft).
3. [1960s+] (US black) to have sexual intercourse.
4. [1960s+] (US black/prison) to rape.
5. [1960s+] to steal (from).
6. [1960s+] (orig. US, also rip) to cheat, to defraud, esp. in drug deals.
7. [1970s+] to raid; cite 2010 refers to on-street confiscation.
8. [1970s+] to kill, to assassinate.
9. [1970s+] to satirize.
10. [1970s+] to copy, to plagiarize.
11. [1970s+] to exploit financially.
12. [1980s+] (US black) usu. of whites, to exploit, socially or economically, to place at a disadvantage.
1. a thief.
2. any form of cheat, emotional as well as material.
[1930s+] (US) to seduce, to have sexual intercourse.