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Learning Through Headlines: Hurricanes Harvey and Irma rack up huge financial costs

26 Sep , 2017  

September 25, 2017: “Rack up” is a phrasal verb that means to accumulate, gather, or get. But is it for gathering positive things or negative ones? Find out how native speakers use it in today’s Learning Through Headlines!

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