Rec



[rek] /rɛk/

noun, Informal.
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(in prescriptions) fresh.
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/rɛk/
noun
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(informal) short for recreation ground
n.

1929 as a shortening of recreation.

verb phrase

To deceive or cheat; take advantage of; pull a fast one: At first she thought I was trying to pull a slick scam on her (1916+)

CONVERT
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receipt
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record
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recording
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recreation

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