[ram-pas-cher] /ˈræmˌpæs tʃər/
a room in a boarding or lodging house used as a communal dormitory for unmarried men.
a large attic room.
- Ramp down
verb (adverb) 1. to decrease or cause to decrease 2. (intransitive) to decrease the effort involved in a process
/ˌræmˈfɑːl/ noun 1. Sir Shridath Surendranath, known as Sunni. born 1928, Guyanese diplomat and Commonwealth Secretary-General (1975–90)
[ramp] /ræmp/ noun 1. a sloping surface connecting two levels; incline. 2. a short concave slope or bend, as one connecting the higher and lower parts of a staircase railing at a landing. 3. any extensive sloping walk or passageway. 4. the act of ramping. 5. Also called boarding ramp. a movable staircase for entering […]
/ræmˈfɛleɪ/ noun 1. Mamphela. born 1947, Black South African political activist: partner of Steve Biko; a director of the World Bank (2000–04); founded the political party Agang (2013)