Definición de rort en inglés:
1Australian /NZ A fraudulent or dishonest act or practice: a tax rort
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- What MPs have done is legislate a tax rort for themselves.
- Today I've decided to take a look at some of these rip-offs and rorts, and to invite readers to submit their own observations and opinions by way of the forums.
- They see political entitlements with too many rorts and too much feather-bedding.
verbo[no object] Australian /NZ Volver al principio
1Engage in sharp practice.
- This was a club that cheated and rorted over a period of years and they deserved everything they got and, arguably, quite some more.
- I am not entirely sure that politicians, as a class, are any worse than ever they were, but what is clear is that the opportunities they now have to rort are greater than ever they were.
1.2 [with object] Work (a system) to obtain the greatest benefit while remaining within the letter of the law.
- Senior politicians, rorting the system with inflated travel claims.
- If you do nothing productive you are a bludger, get something positive together then we are accused of rorting the system.
- He and his friends, family and mentors rorted the system.
1930s: back-formation from rorty.
Words that rhyme with rortabort, apport, assort, athwart, aught, besought, bethought, bort, bought, brought, caught, cavort, comport, consort, contort, Cort, court, distraught, escort, exhort, export, extort, fort, fought, fraught, import, methought, misreport, mort, naught, nought, Oort, ought, outfought, port, Porte, purport, quart, short, snort, sort, sought, sport, support, swart, taught, taut, thought, thwart, tort, transport, wart, wrought
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