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TO RUN UP A BILL



crissorrir
Brazil

TO RUN UP A BILL
 
Hi everyone!
 
Please, I really need your help.
I have to explain this expression: to run up a bill, but I really didnīt get the exact meaning.
 
Thank you in advance!
 

22 Apr 2014      



ueslteacher
Ukraine

to run upto allow a bill, debt, etc. to reach a large total - to accumulate debts

22 Apr 2014     



crissorrir
Brazil

Thank you very much!

22 Apr 2014