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rake

noun /reik/
a tool which consists of a usually metal bar with teeth at the end of a long handle, used for smoothing earth, gathering eg leaves together etc
rastrillo
a garden rake.
any similar tool
rastrillo
a croupier’s rake in a casino.
the act of raking
acción de pasar el rastrillo
He gave the soil a rake.
rake through phrasal verb to make a thorough search
registrar, buscar en; escudriñar
I’m raking through these boxes of old clothes.
rake up phrasal verb to find out and tell or remind people about (something, usually something unpleasant that would be better forgotten)
desenterrar, remover, sacar a relucir
There’s no need to rake up the past.
Translations of “rake”
in Korean 갈퀴…
in Arabic شوكة (في الحَديقة)…
in French râteau, coup de râteau…
in Italian rastrello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工具, 耙子…
in Russian грабли…
in Turkish tırmık…
in Polish grabie…
in Portuguese ancinho…
in German der Rechen, das Rechen…
in Catalan rasclet…
in Japanese (落ち葉などを集める)熊手…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工具, 耙子…
(Definition of rake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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