- RACK UP
- (separable) to accumulate in number (score)
You'd better watch where you park. You're really racking up the parking tickets.
- READ OFF
- (separable) to read aloud items from a list or display
The coach read off the names of the players cut from the team.
- READ OVER
- (separable) to read something thoroughly
Before you sign the contract, please read it over.
- RENT OUT
- (separable) to grant temporary use or occupancy in exchange for payment
Max rents one of the rooms in house out to make a little extra money.
- RIP OFF
- (separable) to steal something
Max ripped twenty dollars off from that old lady.
- RIP UP
- (separable) to tear something into pieces
The teacher ripped Max's test up because he caught Max cheating.
- RUN AWAY
- (intransitive) to escape from one's guardians
Mary ran away at the age of thirteen.
- RUN INTO
- (inseparable) to meet unexpectedly
I was surprised when I ran into Bill on the way to the store yesterday.
- RUN OVER
- (separable) to hit with a vehicle
Bill ran over a cat on his way to work.
- RUSH IN
- (intransitive) to enter quickly
The students rushed in because they were eager to learn.
- RUSH OUT
- (intransitive) to exit quickly
The workers all rushed out because it was time to go home.