pimp ( pimps plural & 3rd person present) ( pimping present participle) ( pimped past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A pimp is a man who gets clients for prostitutes and takes a large part of the money the prostitutes earn.
2 verb Someone who pimps gets clients for prostitutes and takes a large part of the money the prostitutes earn.
He stole, lied, deceived and pimped his way out of poverty. V n
...corruption, pimping and prostitution.
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
n bawd (archaic) go-between, pander, panderer, procurer, white-slaver, whoremaster (archaic)
vb live off immoral earnings, procure, sell, solicit, tout
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