Home > Phrasal Verb Dictionary: Letter R Rack up [Rack something up].- (losses, sales, points, titles) When you rack something up, it gradually increases in number or ammount. Japanese athletes racked up only two medals in Salt Lake City. Most biotech companies are still racking up losses. You may begin racking up points as soon as your membership is approved.
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1. Break down When a machine or a vehicle breaks down, it stops working. 2. Break up/off If you break up/off a relationship or agreement, you end it. 3.
Phrasal verbs (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar. (to) eat into: corroer, comerse. (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera. (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar. (to) egg on: animar, incitar.
Example sentences Some always look good due to random chance in every process with lots of random factors. If it were, then random chance would make it pretty unlikely to have it on the side tipped toward us. Although they were paid for their keen insights into world affairs, they often performed worse than random chance. He follows every suggestion, he goes hither and thither, at random .
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