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Raiser

-reɪ.zər

Meanings of Raiser:

noun

A thing that increases the amount, level, or strength of something.

Usage examples:

The visit had been a morale raiser for his crew
suffix

A person or thing that causes the stated thing to exist or be obtained

Usage examples:

A money-raiser, these new taxes are designed to be a revenue-raiser.

Raisers

ˈfaɪəˌreɪ.zər

Meanings of Raisers:

noun

A thing that increases the amount, level, or strength of something.

Usage examples:

The visit had been a morale raiser for his crew

Raises

reɪz

Meanings of Raises:

verb

Lift or move to a higher position or level.

Usage examples:

She raised both arms above her head
noun

An increase in salary.

Usage examples:

He wants a raise and some perks

Raisin

ˈreɪ.zən

Meanings of Raisin:

noun

A partially dried grape.

Usage examples:

As with mashed potatoes, you can also use white rice with raisins as a side dish with meals.

Meanings of Raising:

verb

Lift or move to a higher position or level.

Usage examples:

She raised both arms above her head
noun

An increase in salary.

Usage examples:

He wants a raise and some perks

Raisins

ˈreɪ.zən

Meanings of Raisins:

noun

A partially dried grape.

Usage examples:

As with mashed potatoes, you can also use white rice with raisins as a side dish with meals.

Meanings of Raison:

noun

A reason for existence

Usage examples:

Her job is her raison d'être.

Meanings of Raisons:

Plural of raison d'être

Meanings of Raiyat:

noun

In south asia: a peasant, husbandman, or cultivating tenant.

Raj

rɑːdʒ

Meanings of Raj:

noun

British sovereignty in india.

Usage examples:

The last days of the raj

Raja

ˈrɑːdʒɑː

Meanings of Raja:

noun

An indian king or prince.

Usage examples:

As legend has it, an indian rajah sent a gift of a chess set to a king of kings as a challenge for …

Rajah

ˈrɑː.dʒə

Meanings of Rajah:

noun

An indian king or prince.

Rajahs

ˈrɑː.dʒə

Meanings of Rajahs:

noun

An indian king or prince.

Usage examples:

As legend has it, an indian rajah sent a gift of a chess set to a king of kings as a challenge for …

Rajas

ˈrɑːdʒɑː

Meanings of Rajas:

noun

An indian king or prince.

Usage examples:

As legend has it, an indian rajah sent a gift of a chess set to a king of kings as a challenge for …

Meanings of Rajaship:

noun

A territory or state ruled by a raja.

Meanings of Rajasic:

adjective

In the sankhya philosophy: characterized by a predominance of rajas over the other two gunas; of or relating to rajas.

Rajasthani

ˌrɑːdʒəˈstɑːni

Meanings of Rajasthani:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the western indian state of rajasthan or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

A modern rajasthani historian
noun

A native or inhabitant of the western indian state of rajasthan.

Usage examples:

The contemporary attire of the rajasthanis

Rajput

ˈrɑːdʒpʊt

Meanings of Rajput:

noun

A member of a hindu military caste claiming kshatriya descent.

Usage examples:

A rajput textile millionaire

Rake

reɪk

Meanings of Rake:

noun

An implement consisting of a pole with a toothed crossbar or fine tines at the end, used especially for drawing together cut grass or smoothing loose soil or gravel.

Usage examples:

Moving the soil surface with a rake in winter will expose many slugs and their eggs to frost damage.
verb

Draw together with a rake or similar implement.

Usage examples:

I was the one who raked the leaves and cut the grass

Meanings of Rake someone over the coals:

phrase

Reprimand someone severely.

Usage examples:

He has been raked over the coals by the media
noun

A garden tool with a long handle and pointed parts sticking out in a row at the bottom, used for making earth level or for gathering leaves or cut grass

Usage examples:

Some workers raked leaves in the park.
verb

→  haul sb over the coals

Rake up

reɪk

Meanings of Rake up:

phrasal verb

Revive the memory of an incident or period that is best forgotten.

Usage examples:

I don't see the point in raking up the past

Rake-in

reɪk

Meanings of Rake-in:

phrasal verb

To earn a lot of money

Usage examples:

These huge websites rake in $20 million in a year.

Meanings of Rake-it-in:

phrasal verb

To earn a lot of money

Usage examples:

These huge websites rake in $20 million in a year.

Rake-off

ˈreɪk.ɒf

Meanings of Rake-off:

phrasal verb

To take part of the money or profit that someone earns, used especially when this seems unfair or too much

Usage examples:

The fund management business rakes off a significant chunk of an investment's market return in annu…

Raked

reɪkt

Meanings of Raked:

verb

Draw together with a rake or similar implement.

Usage examples:

I was the one who raked the leaves and cut the grass
noun

An implement consisting of a pole with a toothed crossbar or fine tines at the end, used especially for drawing together cut grass or smoothing loose soil or gravel.

Usage examples:

Moving the soil surface with a rake in winter will expose many slugs and their eggs to frost damage.
adjective

Sloping

Usage examples:

A steeply raked stage, sloping down towards the audience, raked wings, a raked mast

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