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    To dupe something out of someone

    Hi -- I have a question about the use of the verb 'to dupe.' Can you dupe something out of somebody? Example: I duped him out of $20 OR I duped $20 out of him. Thanks!

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    Re: To dupe something out of someone

    I duped him out of $20.

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