[rah-kee, ruh-, rak-ee, rah-kee] /rɑˈki, rə-, ˈræk i, ˈrɑ ki/
a spirituous liquor distilled from grain, grapes, plums, etc., in southeastern Europe and the Near East.
a strong spirit distilled in Turkey, the former Yugoslavia, etc, from grain, usually flavoured with aniseed or other aromatics
[reyk-hel] /ˈreɪkˌhɛl/ noun 1. a licentious or dissolute man; . adjective 2. Also, rakehelly [reyk-hel-ee] /ˈreɪkˌhɛl i/ (Show IPA). dissolute; profligate. /ˈreɪkˌhɛl/ noun 1. a dissolute man; rake adjective 2. profligate; dissolute n. 1540s, possibly an alteration (by association with rake (n.1) and Hell) of Middle English rakel (adj.) “hasty, rash, headstrong,” probably from raken […]
- Rake on someone
verb phrase To denigrate and humiliate someone (1980s+ Students)
[reyk-awf, -of] /ˈreɪkˌɔf, -ˌɒf/ noun 1. a share or amount taken or received illicitly, as in connection with a public enterprise. 2. a share, as of profits. 3. a discount in the price of a commodity: We got a 20 percent rake-off on the dishwasher. noun 1. a share of profits, esp one that is […]
[rey-ker] /ˈreɪ kər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. . [rey-ker] /ˈreɪ kər/ noun, Building Trades. 1. an inclined member, as a pile or shore. /ˈreɪkə/ noun 1. a person who rakes 2. a raking implement 3. (Midland English, dialect) a large lump of coal