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Rake in the money

DEFINITION

Profitable activity. Imagine receiving so much cash that one needs a rake to gather it up! (Compare to Make a killing, Make out like bandits,¬† Made money hand over fist or Line one’s pockets.)

“He finds golf balls on the road and sells them and he seems to be raking in the money.”

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