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racket

noun
 
 
/ˈrækɪt/
SPORT [C] ( also racquet) A2 a piece of equipment that you use to hit a ball in sports such as tennis
ракетка
Tennis and racket sportsGeneral terms used in ball sports
ILLEGAL [C] informal an illegal activity that is used to make money
преступный бизнес, афера
a drugs smuggling racketCrime - general words
NOISE [no plural] informal a loud noise
шум, гам
The neighbours were making such a racket.Noise and noisy
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