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  1. rack·et
    IPA[ˈrakət]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. make a loud unpleasant noise:

      trains racketed by
    • 2. enjoy oneself socially; go in pursuit of pleasure or entertainment.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: racket, plural noun: rackets

    • noun

      a type of bat with a round or oval frame strung with catgut, nylon, etc., used especially in tennis, badminton, and squash:

      a snowshoe resembling a racket.

    • noun

      a loud unpleasant noise; a din:

      the noise and liveliness of fashionable society.

    • verb

      make or move with a loud unpleasant noise:

      enjoy oneself socially; go in pursuit of pleasure or entertainment:

    • noun

      a bat with a round or oval frame strung with catgut, nylon, etc., used especially in tennis, badminton, and squash:

      a snowshoe resembling a racket.

    • plural

      a ball game for two or four people played with rackets in a plain four-walled court, distinguished from squash in particular by the use of a solid, harder ball.
    • plural

      a ball game for two or four people played with rackets in a plain four-walled court, distinguished from squash in particular by the use of a solid, harder ball.
    • noun

      a South American hummingbird with long racket-shaped tail feathers.

      any of a number of other birds, in particular certain parrots, drongos, and motmots, with racket-shaped tails.

    • noun

      aggressive or unsportsmanlike behaviour by a player in which the racket is thrown or struck against something.
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