Palm-oil



noun
1.
a yellow butterlike oil derived from the fruit of the oil palm and used as an edible fat and for making soap, candles, etc.
2.
oil obtained from various species of palm.
noun
1.
a yellow butter-like oil obtained from the fruit of the oil palm, used as an edible fat and in soap

noun phrase

Money used for bribery and graft

[1627+; because it is used to grease one’s palm]

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