[ras-ping, rah-sping] /ˈræs pɪŋ, ˈrɑ spɪŋ/
a rasping voice.
a tiny piece of material removed by rasping or scraping:
raspings of sawed wood.
raspings, dry bread crumbs.
browned breadcrumbs for coating fish and other foods before frying, baking, etc
(esp of a noise) harsh or grating; rough
[ra-spyoo-tin, -tn; Russian ruh-spoo-tyin] /ræˈspyu tɪn, -tn; Russian rʌˈspu tyɪn/ noun 1. Grigori Efimovich [gri-gawr-ee i-fee-muh-vich;; Russian gryi-gaw-ryee yi-fyee-muh-vyich] /grɪˈgɔr i ɪˈfi mə vɪtʃ;; Russian gryɪˈgɔ ryi yɪˈfyi mə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1871–1916, Siberian peasant monk who was very influential at the court of Czar Nicholas II and Czarina Alexandra. 2. any person who exercises […]
radio acoustic sounding system
/ˈræsɪ; ræs/ noun 1. a small civet, Viverricula indica, of S and SE Asia
[rahs sham-ruh] /rɑs ˈʃæm rə/ noun 1. a locality in W Syria, near the Mediterranean Sea: site of ancient Ugarit; many archaeologically important objects dating to the Bronze Age.