[raz] /ræz/ Slang.
verb (used with object)
to deride; make fun of; tease.
(transitive) to make fun of; deride
short for raspberry (sense 5)
“to hiss or deride,” 1920, shortened and altered variant of raspberry (q.v.) in its rhyming slang sense. Related: Razzed; razzing. As a noun, in to give the razz, from 1919.
To insult and ridicule; needle, ride: Is there ever any razzing about the fact that you report to your wife?
[1920+; fr raspberry; found in the form razoo by 1890]
/ˈræzəl/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) on the razzle, on the razz, out enjoying oneself or celebrating, esp while drinking freely
[raz-uh l-daz-uh l] /ˈræz əlˈdæz əl/ noun, Informal. 1. showiness, brilliance, or virtuosity in technique or effect, often without concomitant substance or worth; flashy theatricality: The razzle-dazzle of the essay’s metaphors cannot disguise its shallowness of thought. 2. Chiefly Football. deceptive action typically consisting of a series of complex maneuvers, as a double reverse or […]
[raz-muh-taz] /ˈræz məˈtæz/ noun, Informal. 1. (def 1). n. 1894, perhaps a varied reduplication of jazz (n.). The word had early associations with that kind of music (later especially in contrast to swing). adjective Spectacular; showy; dazzling; razzle-dazzle: a razzmatazz New Year’s Eve bash noun
Symbol, Chemistry. 1. . 1. . Chemical symbol 1. rubidium Rb The symbol for the element rubidium. Rb The symbol for rubidium. rubidium (r-bĭd’ē-əm) Symbol Rb A soft, silvery-white metallic element of the alkali group. It ignites spontaneously in air and reacts violently with water. Rubidium is used in photoelectric cells, in making vacuum tubes, […]