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Verb: rake off
Usage: informal
  1. (crime) take money from an illegal transaction
Noun: rake-off  reyk óf
Usage: informal
  1. A percentage (of winnings or loot or profit) taken by an operator or gangster
    - vigorish [US, informal], vig [US, informal]

Derived forms: raked off, rake-offs, raking off, rakes off

See also: rake

Type of: bring in, clear, cut, earn, gain, make, pull in [informal], realise [Brit], realize, take in