a town in NE England, in Redcar and Cleveland district, on the North Sea.
- Redcar and cleveland
/ˈrɛdkɑː/ noun 1. a unitary authority in NE England, in North Yorkshire: formerly (1975–96) part of Cleveland county. Pop: 139 100 (2003 est). Area: 240 sq km (93 sq miles)
noun 1. Soccer. a red card shown by the referee to a player being sent off the field for a flagrant violation. noun 1. a card of a red colour displayed by a referee to indicate that a player has been sent off verb 2. (transitive) to send off (a player)
noun 1. a red strip of carpet placed on the ground for high-ranking dignitaries to walk on when entering or leaving a building, vehicle, or the like. 2. an area abutting the entrance to a building, usually carpeted in red, where celebrities gather and walk before participating in or taking their seats at a big […]
noun 1. Also called eastern red cedar, savin. an American, coniferous tree, Juniperus virginiana, yielding a fragrant, reddish wood used for making lead pencils, etc. 2. the western red cedar, Thuja plicata. 3. the wood of these trees. noun 1. any of several North American coniferous trees, esp Juniperus virginiana, a juniper that has fragrant […]