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ring up sth

phrasal verb with ring uk   us   /rɪŋ/ verb (rang, rung)
FINANCE to ​record a particular ​profit or ​loss: California saw its ​businessesring up $129.7 ​billion in ​foreignsales.
FINANCE to ​spend a particular ​amount in ​total: He ​managed to ​ring up $58,000 in ​personalexpenses.
COMMERCE to ​enter or ​record the ​cost of ​goods in a cashregister : When they ​ring it up, it comes to $150. Cash ​registersring up a ​sale every 90 ​seconds in the two-story ​air-conditionedrestaurant.
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