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ramp
American English: /ræmp/
British English: /ramp/

Translation of ramp in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Share ramping is an evil and insidious force within any economy.
    • The web may be the future for our finances, but it's also prey for a new, illegal craze, share ramping.
    • What's more, their wide spreads makes dealing in penny shares expensive, plus their prices are notoriously volatile and susceptible to ramping.

Phrasal verbs

ramp up

verb + adverb + object, verb + object + adverb
1 (British English) [colloquial] ramp 2 2
(production/prices)

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