Sleep; time spent in one’s bunk; sack time (1940s+ Navy)
[rak] /ræk/ noun 1. a framework of bars, wires, or pegs on which articles are arranged or deposited: a clothes rack; a luggage rack. 2. a fixture containing several tiered shelves, often affixed to a wall: a book rack; a spice rack. 3. a spreading framework set on a wagon for carrying hay, straw, or […]
[rak-it] /ˈræk ɪt/ noun 1. a loud noise or clamor, especially of a disturbing or confusing kind; din; uproar: The traffic made a terrible racket in the street below. 2. social excitement, gaiety, or dissipation. 3. an organized illegal activity, such as bootlegging or the extortion of money from legitimate business people by threat or […]
- Racket amputation
racket amputation rack·et amputation (rāk’ĭt) n. A circular or slightly oval amputation in which a long incision is made in the axis of the limb.
[rak-i-teer] /ˌræk ɪˈtɪər/ noun 1. a person engaged in a . verb (used without object) 2. to engage in a . /ˌrækɪˈtɪə/ noun 1. a person engaged in illegal enterprises for profit verb 2. (intransitive) to operate a racket 1928 (noun and verb), from racket (n.1) + -eer. Related: Racketeering (1928). noun A person who […]