pay-to-play

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pay-to-play ‎(not comparable)

  1. (video games, of an online game) Requiring payment from the player.
  2. (by extension, politics, of a politician or a party) Accepting donations in exchange for favors; corrupt.
    • 2004, Larry N. Gerston, ‎Terry Christensen, Recall!: California's Political Earthquake
      Davis's pay-to-play reputation, demanding donations before he would consider policies or appointments favorable to the potential donors, was used against him.

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