[rang-kit] /ˈræŋ kɪt/
a double-reed wind instrument of the 16th and 17th centuries.
[rang-kin] /ˈræŋ kɪn/ noun 1. Jeannette, 1880–1973, U.S. women’s-rights leader and pacifist: first woman elected to Congress; served 1917–19, 1941–43. /ˈræŋkɪn/ noun 1. Ian. born 1960, Scottish novelist; best known for his series of novels featuring Edinburgh detective Inspector Rebus, beginning with Knots and Crosses (1987)
noun, Thermodynamics. 1. the hypothetical cycle of a steam engine in which all heat transfers take place at constant pressure and in which expansion and compression occur adiabatically. /ˈræŋkɪn/ noun 1. the thermodynamic cycle in steam engines by which water is pumped into a boiler at one end and the steam is condensed at the […]
[rang-king] /ˈræŋ kɪŋ/ adjective 1. senior or superior in , position, etc.: a ranking diplomat. 2. prominent or highly regarded: a ranking authority on Soviet affairs. 3. occupying a specific , position, etc. (often used in combination): a low-ranking executive. noun 4. an act or instance of indicating relative standing. 5. a list showing such […]
[rangk] /ræŋk/ adjective, ranker, rankest. 1. growing with excessive luxuriance; vigorous and tall of growth: tall rank weeds. 2. producing an excessive and coarse growth, as land. 3. having an offensively strong smell or taste: a rank cigar. 4. offensively strong, as a smell or taste. 5. utter; absolute: a rank amateur; rank treachery. 6. […]