break (someone) off (something)
 v. phr.— «I’ve seen DJs roll around in those things, and I think what they do, if you’re willin’, they’ll hook you up on some sort of artist payment plan.…It’s funny; a lot of people figure, “It’s a fuckin’ car company, break us off.” But those are $20,000 cars.» —“Scions of Scion” by Rob Harvilla East Bay Express (Emeryville, California) June 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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