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rake in (something)

To acquire or accumulate an abundance of something, especially money. Ever since his smartphone app became a worldwide sensation, Bill has been raking in the cash! We'll be raking it in if we can get our product into the Asian markets.
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rake something in

 
1. Lit. to drawer pull something inward with a rake. Jane is raking in the leaves into a big pile.
2. Fig. to take in a lot of something, usually money. Our candidate will rake votes in by the thousand. They were raking in money by the bushel.
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rake in

v.
To win, earn, or gain something in abundance: The new business they set up is raking in a lot of cash. You certainly raked in a lot of prizes at the carnival last night!
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Products bearing his name rake in pounds 25 million per year for the manufacturers, with Grossman taking a hefty slice of the profits.
You'd think we'd want to get away from having a shovel or rake in our hands at some point of the year, but apparently not.
Brokers get a percentage of that fee and easily rake in $100,000 to $200,000 a year.
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The rake in service has teeth that penetrate the grates to keep the inlet clear.
Lightly rake over the soil to create a crumbly surface and then sow the seed evenly and gently rake in.