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WRACnoun

uk   /ræk/ /ˌdʊb.l̩.juː.ɑː.reɪˈsiː/  us   /-ɑːr.eɪ-/
[+ sing/pl verb] abbreviation for Women's Royal Army Corps [C] abbreviation a member of the Women's Royal Army Corps
Translations of “WRAC”
in Chinese (Traditional) 皇家陸軍婦女隊, 皇家陸軍婦女隊成員…
in Chinese (Simplified) 皇家陆军妇女队, 皇家陆军妇女队成员…
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