- tr, adverb (informal) to acquire (money) in large amounts
Example Sentences Including 'rake in'
A KPMG study found Ontario would rake in $14.5 million by taxing visiting players at 15 %.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
Cash-strapped Owls will rake in £4million for the striker, 30.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Even customers without policies would rake in one-off £500 payments.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
He is a rake in the mould of Lovelace in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa.
PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)
Shopping spree lifts retailers - Westfield, DJs rake in benefits of tax cuts, baby bonus
The Australian (2004)
This was a low-end brush that was expected to rake in Rs 1 crore in sales.
Business Today (2002)
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