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tack sth on

phrasal verb with tack uk   /tæk/ us   verb [T]
also tack sth onto sth to add something extra to something: Tacking a 32% surcharge on these products prices them out of U.S. markets. He promised that he would tack labour and environmental clauses onto future trade deals.
informal STOCK MARKET to increase by a certain amount: Wal-Mart tacked on $1.18, or 2.1% and was the Dow's biggest percentage gainer. The Nasdaq tacked on 11.12 points or 0.81% to 1391.74.
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