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[pahyp-rak] /ˈpaɪpˌræk/

adjective, Informal.
offering services or goods at low cost because of avoidance of expensive interior decoration, as by displaying clothing for sale on plain pipe racks.
a usually wheeled rack of metal piping on which to hang clothing, as in a store.
a small rack, usually of wood, for holding a smoker’s pipes.


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