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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.

Rough Patch

Riled Up

Read The Fine Print

Ripe Old Age

Ready To Drop

Ruffle Feathers

Rock The Boat

Rack Something Up

Road Rage

Raw Deal

Rock-Solid

Rule Of Thumb

R And R

to Railroad someone

Rain Check

Raining Cats & Dogs

Run Like The Wind

Ring A Bell

Rip Off

Rise & Shine

Rough Time

Run Out Of Steam

Run Out Of Time

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