a system of public transportation in a metropolitan area, usually a subway or elevated train system.
- Rapid transit chess
noun 1. the US name for lightning chess
language, tool A method for translating set of abbreviations into the much more verbose COBOL code. [Sammet 1969, p. 338]. (1995-05-10)
[rey-pee-er] /ˈreɪ pi ər/ noun 1. a small sword, especially of the 18th century, having a narrow blade and used for thrusting. 2. a longer, heavier sword, especially of the 16th and 17th centuries, having a double-edged blade and used for slashing and thrusting. /ˈreɪpɪə/ noun 1. a long narrow two-edged sword with a guarded […]
[rap-in, -ahyn] /ˈræp ɪn, -aɪn/ noun 1. the violent seizure and carrying off of another’s property; plunder. /ˈræpaɪn/ noun 1. the seizure of property by force; pillage n. early 15c., “plunder,” from Middle French rapine (12c.), from Latin rapina “act of robbery, plundering, pillage,” from rapere “seize, carry off, rob” (see rapid).