gip gip

Definition(s):

  • (v) deprive of by deceit

Usage(s):

  • If he had wanted to write "rob," Editor Jee said he would have squiggled chang gip.

News

  • Higher Bar for Investor Program Will Benefit Singapore Firms: Rikvin

    Higher Bar for Investor Program Will Benefit Singapore Firms: Rikvin Singapore company registration specialist, Rikvin, is optimistic that the enhancement of the Global Investor Program (GIP) - the sole investor scheme for foreign entrepreneurs to attain Singapore permanent residency - will benefit Singapore businesses. In spite of doubts surrounding the newly-enhanced Global Investor Program ...
    on July 14, 2013     Source: Beaumont Enterprise

Quotes

  1. On-loan England U19 keeper Frank Fielding said: "He's been forced out by people above. He had enough of taking all the gip and it's a boardroom error for me. Half the players who are in the dressing room now won't be here next season."
    on May 23, 2008 By: Frank Fielding Source: Buckinhamshire Free Press

  2. Looking specifically at Getting Up Ecko said, "For me, [shortening it] wasn't because I wanted to gip the consumer. It was because I just wanted to manage scope and expectations...... the analogy is like trying to put 10 pounds of sh*t in a 5-pound...
    on Apr 3, 2006 By: Marc Ecko Source: BusinessWeek

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