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tack sth on

informal
phrasal verb with tack uk   us   /tæk/ verb
to ​add something that you had not ​planned to ​add, often without much ​preparation or ​thought: At the last ​minute they ​tacked on a ​couple of ​extravisits to my ​schedule.
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tack sth on

phrasal verb with tack uk   us   /tæk/ verb [T]
(also tack sth onto sth) to ​add something ​extra to something: Tacking a 32% ​surcharge on these ​productsprices them out of U.S. ​markets. He promised that he would tack ​labour and ​environmentalclauses onto future ​tradedeals.
informal STOCK MARKET to ​increase by a ​certainamount: 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.
(Definition of tack sth on from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tack sth on”
in Chinese (Simplified) (临时)增补,附加…
in Turkish ekleyivermek, acele ile ilave etmek…
in Russian добавлять, присоединять…
in Chinese (Traditional) (臨時)增補,附加…
in Polish doczepiać coś, dołączać coś…
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