[rak-it-bawl] /ˈræk ɪtˌbɔl/
a game similar to handball, played on a four-walled court but with a short-handled, strung racket and a larger, somewhat softer .
1972, from racquet + ball (n.1).
[rey-see] /ˈreɪ si/ adjective, racier, raciest. 1. slightly improper or indelicate; suggestive; risqué. 2. vigorous; lively; spirited. 3. sprightly; piquant; pungent: a racy literary style. 4. having an agreeably peculiar taste or flavor, as wine, fruit, etc. /ˈreɪsɪ/ adjective racier, raciest 1. (of a person’s manner, literary style, etc) having a distinctively lively and spirited […]
Mathematics. 1. radian; radians. [rad] /ræd/ noun, Physics. 1. a standard unit of absorbed dose of radiation equal to 0.01 2 . [rad] /ræd/ noun 1. Informal. . adjective 2. Slang. fine; wonderful. Mathematics. 1. . 2. . /ræd/ noun 1. a former unit of absorbed ionizing radiation dose equivalent to an energy absorption per […]
/ˈrɑːdɑː/ noun acronym (in Britain) 1. Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
noun 1. the branch of astronomy that uses radar to map the surfaces of planetary bodies, as the moon and Venus, and to determine periods of rotation. noun 1. the use of radar to map the surfaces of the planets, their satellites, and other bodies radar astronomy The scientific study of nearby astronomical objects by […]