rack up

verb

Definition of rack up

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  achieve, gain racked up their 10th victory

Examples of rack up in a sentence

  1. having racked up a huge number of points in the short program, the figure skater would have to have a disastrous long program in order to miss out on a medal

  2. racked up their second consecutive Super Bowl victory

1949

First Known Use of rack up

1949



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