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Significado de “rack” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "rack" - Diccionario Inglés

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racknoun

uk   us   /ræk/

rack noun (FRAME)

[C] a frame or ​shelf, often ​formed of ​bars, that is used to ​hold things: a ​vegetable rack a ​plate rack a ​luggage rack [C] US (UK frame) a ​wooden or ​plastictriangle used to ​arrange the ​balls at the ​start of a ​game of billiards , pool, snooker, etc.the rack in the past, a ​device to which ​people were ​tied that ​stretchedtheirbodies by ​pullingtheirarms in one ​direction and ​theirlegs in the other ​direction, usually used as a way of ​forcing them to give ​information

rack noun (MEAT)

[C or U] a ​largepiece of ​meatcut from the ​neck of a ​sheep or ​pig: The ​butcherprepared a rack ofpork. We're having rack oflamb for ​dinner.

rack noun (MACHINE)

[C] a ​bar with tooth-like ​parts along one ​edge that ​fits into a pinion (= a ​wheel with tooth-like ​parts)allowingchange between ​circular and straight-line ​movement

rack noun (DECAY)

rack and ruin (US also wrack and ruin) a ​state of ​decay: The ​wholefarm was going to rack and ​ruin.

rackverb [T often passive]

uk   us   /ræk/
to ​causephysical or ​mentalpain, or ​trouble, to someone or something: Even at the end, when ​cancer racked his ​body, he was ​calm and ​cheerful. The ​dog was already racked by/with the ​pains of ​oldage. He was racked by/withdoubts/​guilt.
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(Definition of rack from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "rack" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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racknoun [C]

 us   /ræk/

rack noun [C] (FRAME)

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

rackverb [T]

 us   /ræk/

rack verb [T] (CAUSE PAIN)

to ​cause someone ​greatphysical or ​mentalpain: Even near the end, when ​cancer racked his ​body, he ​remainedhopeful.
Phrasal verbs
(Definition of rack from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “rack”
en coreano 선반…
en árabe رَفّ, حامِل…
in Malaysian rak…
en francés se creuser la tête…
en ruso полка, вешалка, стойка…
en chino (tradicionál) 支架, 架子, 擱物架…
en italiano rastrelliera, portabagli…
en turco raf…
en polaco półka…
en español estante…
in Vietnamese giá, gác…
en portugués suporte, rack…
in Thai ชั้น…
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…
in Indonesian rak…
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