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chalk up


  1. to score or register (something)

    we chalked up 100 in the game

  2. to credit (money) to an account etc (esp in the phrase chalk it up )

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Such a concerted campaign of misrepresentation will be hard to chalk up to the actions of a few rogue police officers.

They'll take our line, an' we're to chalk up the position an' the course to New York.

I can chalk up a score with more rapidity than any man in England,' was his melancholy jest.

Clerks away ahead joyfully chalk up our hours of lateness on the announcement slate.

"You won't chalk up 'Mother will be angry' now I hope," said Burton.

Presently some wags began to chalk up 'Fotheringay for ever!'


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