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rack

noun [C]  /ræk/ us  

rack noun [C] (FRAME)

a frame, often with bars or hooks, for holding or hanging things: a bike rack a towel rack

rack

verb [T]  /ræk/ us  

rack verb [T] (CAUSE PAIN)

to cause someone great physical or mental pain: Even near the end, when cancer racked his body, he remained hopeful.
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “rack”
en coreano 선반…
en árabe رَفّ, حامِل…
en francés se creuser la tête…
en turco raf…
en italiano rastrelliera, portabagli…
en chino (tradicionál) 支架, 架子, 擱物架…
en ruso полка, вешалка, стойка…
en polaco półka…
en español estante…
en portugués suporte, rack…
en alemán sich den Kopf zerbrechen…
en catalán prestatge reixat, portaequipatge…
en japonés 棚, ラック, ~掛け…
en chino (simplificado) 支架, 架子, 搁物架…
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