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13 / 04 / 2006

BLACKMAIL: meaning and examples

Good morning, In light of the very "interesting" developments in Marbella, I thought we'd do a brief series of crime words. Today's word is: to blackmail (verb) It means: to make someone give you money or to do what you want by threatening to tell people negative or embarrassing information about them. Example 1: Someone was trying to blackmail him with pictures of him with his secret lover. Example 2: The woman claims that she was blackmailed into helping the men with the robbery. If you have any questions about today's word, please post them in the Daily Vitamin Plus! forum section on our website. Remember that tomorrow and Monday there will be no Daily Vitamin. Special Offer: If you are interested in trying the Daily Vitamin Plus! for one week for free and with no obligation, all you have to do is contact us. Have a good day and a wonderful Easter holiday!

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