palm off

Definition of "palm off"
  1. The act of misleading consumers into thinking that a product being sold is another, typically more renowned, product
How to use "palm off" in a sentence
  1. The shady salesman tried to palm off counterfeit watches as original luxury brand items.
  2. Beware of online platforms where vendors often palm off fake products as branded goods.
  3. Due to increased regulations, it has become harder for companies to palm off their cheap replicas as high-end merchandise.

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