[ram-pee-uh n] /ˈræm pi ən/
a European bellflower, Campanula rapunculus, having an edible white tuberous root used in Europe for salad.
any related plant of the genus Phyteuma, having heads or spikes of blue flowers.
a campanulaceous plant, Campanula rapunculus, native to Europe and Asia, that has clusters of bluish flowers and an edible white tuberous root used in salads
any of several plants of the related genus Phyteuma that are native to Europe and Asia and have heads of blue flowers
[ramp] /ræmp/ noun 1. a sloping surface connecting two levels; incline. 2. a short concave slope or bend, as one connecting the higher and lower parts of a staircase railing at a landing. 3. any extensive sloping walk or passageway. 4. the act of ramping. 5. Also called boarding ramp. a movable staircase for entering […]
noun a build-up or increase in a project’s pace or intensity, as in its beginning Examples Online retailers ramp up the deals around holiday time. Word Origin 1980
[rahm-poo r] /ˈrɑm pʊər/ noun 1. a city in Uttar Pradesh state in N India. /ˈræmpʊə/ noun 1. a city in N India, in N Uttar Pradesh. Pop: 281 549 (2001)
noun, verb a type of robbery in which a vehicle is rammed into a structure and the loot grabbed