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What is RACKS?

RACKS is "Money (in thousands)"
 

RACKS Definition / RACKS Means

The definition of RACKS is "Money (in thousands)"
 

The Meaning of RACKS

RACKS means "Money (in thousands)"
 
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Other terms relating to 'money':
· $Dollar, money
· $_$Has money
· BREADMoney
· BUCKSDollars, money
· BUSKINGPlaying music in public for money
· CHEDDACash, money
· CHEDDARMoney
· CHIPSMoney
Weak, corny
· DINEROMoney
· DMSDirty Money Syndicate
· DOSHMoney
· DOUGHMoney, cash
· GOLD DIGGERPerson who loves someone just for their money
· GUAPMoney
· GWAPMoney
· GWOPMoney
· HIT A LICKGet a lot of money very quickly
· HOLDBorrow (money)
· KNOTRoll of paper money
· LOLLYMoney
· LOOTMoney (often stolen)
· MILEAGEValue for money
· MOOLAMoney
· MOOLAHMoney
· MULAMoney
· OPMOther People's Money
· PAPERMoney
· PITCHContribute money
· ROSESMoney
· SCRILLAMoney, cash
· SKINTBroke, having no money
· SKRILLAMoney
· SPOTLend money
· TIMTime Is Money
· TRICKINSpending money on a girl
· VEETAMoney
· VFMValue For Money
· WOMBATWaste Of Money, Brains, And Time
· WONGAMoney
· WOTAMWaste of Time and Money
· YMCMBYoung Money Cash Money Billionaires
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