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Rack Something Up

Rack Something Up - to have a lot of something; to score many points; to make large profits or losses

  • I racked up a big debt.
  • How did you rack up so many traffic tickets?
  • The company is racking up nicely.
  • My team is really racking up the points.
  • My father has a habit of racking up fines.
  • The politicians are racking up voters.

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