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Jack Up The Price


Jack Up The Price - to raise the price by a lot

  • The local store really jacks up the prices. They are so expensive.
  • The war really jacked up the prices of housing. It is imposable to find a good place to live at a normal price.
  • The university really jacked up the prices of tuition fees over the last few years.
  • The government has put high taxes on cars. This really jacks up the prices of cars in our country.
  • The landlord jacked up the price of the rent. I am going to have to move.
  • The bad weather jacked up ther prices of fruits and vegetables.

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