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rack up something

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phrasal verb with rack  us   /ræk/ verb [T]
to ​obtain or ​achieve something, or to ​scoregoals or ​points: The ​airline was racking up ​losses of $1.5 million a ​day. Miller racked up 28 ​points in the first ​half, and ​kept racking them up in the second.
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