[rat-uh-fee-uh] /ˌræt əˈfi ə/
a sweet liqueur made from wine or grape juice combined with brandy or other spirits and often flavored with almonds, fruit, or fruit kernels.
any liqueur made from fruit or from brandy with added fruit
a flavouring essence made from almonds
(mainly Brit) Also called ratafia biscuit. a small macaroon flavoured with almonds
liqueur flavored with kernels of cherries, apricots, etc., 1690s, from French ratafia (17c.), of unknown origin; perhaps ultimately from the same source as arrack.
noun, British. 1. a macaroon.
[rah-tahk] /ˈrɑ tɑk/ noun 1. a chain of islands in the W Pacific Ocean, forming the E part of the Marshall Islands.
[reyt-l] /ˈreɪt l/ noun, British. 1. the amount on which or taxes are assessed. /ˈreɪtəl/ noun 1. the amount on which rates are assessed; ratable value adjective 2. of or relating to rates (local taxation)
[ra-tan, ruh-] /ræˈtæn, rə-/ noun 1. . [ra-tan, ruh-] /ræˈtæn, rə-/ noun 1. Also called rattan palm. any of various climbing palms of the genus Calamus or allied genera. 2. the tough stems of such palms, used for wickerwork, canes, etc. 3. a stick or switch of this material. /ræˈtæn/ noun 1. a variant spelling […]