Short-change



verb (used with object), shortchanged, shortchanging.
1.
to give less than the correct change to.
2.
to deal with unfairly or dishonestly, especially to cheat.
short-change
verb (transitive)
1.
to give less than correct change to
2.
(slang) to treat unfairly or dishonestly, esp by giving less than is deserved or expected

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