Today's Word of the Day means...
To register or post; accumulate; achieve: more representative of actual consumer use than 60,000 miles would have been if racked up in short order
[1960s+; probably fr the racking up of pool balls in a triangular frame before a game]
To wreck; ruin; damage severely; total: He got caught raping a nine-year-old Japanese girl. He got racked up (1970s+)Related Terms
[probably fr torture on the rack, a stretching machine, the verb found by 1433]