Phrasal Verb 'Rake'

We have 5 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Rake'.

Rake in

Meaning: Earn, make money easily

Example: She's RAKING IN thousands a day.

Rake it in

Meaning: Make a lot of money

Example: It's the only shop in the area and they're RAKING IT IN.

Rake off

Meaning: Cheat someone by charging them too much

Example: They RAKE tourists OFF all the time.

Rake over

Meaning: Talk, think, etc, about something negative in the past

Example: They keep RAKING OVER the rows we had last year.

Rake up

Meaning: Bring something back to people's attention

Example: The press have RAKED UP some scandals from her past.