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rake sth in

informal phrasal verb with rake
 
 
/reɪk/ verb
to make a large amount of money, profit, etc.: The movies have raked in more than $100 million worldwide. Campaigners in Britain have called for tax reforms to make it harder for private equity investors to rake it in.
Translations of “rake sth in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕易賺(很多錢), 賺大錢…
in Russian загребать (деньги)…
in Turkish çok para kazanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轻易赚(很多钱), 赚大钱…
in Polish zgarniać coś…
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