rake in

INFORMAL
This page is about the phrasal verb rake in.

Meaning: to make a lot of money

For example:

  • rake in sth They must have been raking in millions since their song went to number one.

  • rake sth in My company has been raking the money in, so I should get a really big bonus this year.

Quick Quiz:

She must be raking it in. She's just

a. cleaned the bathroom

b. left her boyfriend

c. bought a new Porsche

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