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ramp sth up

phrasal verb with ramp
 
 
/ræmp/ verb
to increase activity or the level of something: The company announced plans to ramp up production to 10,000 units per month to meet demand.ramp up prices/spending/dividends As the publisher's profits soared, the dividend to shareholders was ramped up 27%.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET to talk about a company's shares in a way that makes people think they are worth more than they really are: Investors should be wary of comments posted on financial chat sites which may just be trying to ramp up share prices.
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