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racket 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
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/ˈrakit/,
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rackets, plural; racquets, plural;
  1. Make a loud unpleasant noise
    • - trains racketed by
  2. Enjoy oneself socially; go in pursuit of pleasure or entertainment

Noun
  1. A loud unpleasant noise; a din
    • - the kids were making a racket
  2. The noise and liveliness of fashionable society

  3. An illegal or dishonest scheme for obtaining money
    • - a protection racket
  4. A person's line of business or way of life
    • - I'm in the insurance racket

  1. a loud and disturbing noise
  2. revel: celebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities; "The members of the wedding party made merry all night"; "Let's whoop it up--the boss is gone!"
  3. an illegal enterprise (such as extortion or fraud or drug peddling or prostitution) carried on for profit
  4. hit (a ball) with a racket
  5. noise: the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience; "modern music is just noise to me"
  6. a sports implement (usually consisting of a handle and an oval frame with a tightly interlaced network of strings) used to strike a ball (or shuttlecock) in various games
  7. A racket is an illegal business, usually run as part of organized crime. Engaging in a racket is called racketeering.
  8. Racket (formerly called PLT Scheme) is a programming language derived from Scheme. The Racket project has four primary components: * the implementation of Racket, a JIT compiler; * DrRacket, the Racket program development environment; * the TeachScheme! ...
  9. The Racket is a 1928 American crime film directed by Lewis Milestone and starring Thomas Meighan, Marie Prevost, Louis Wolheim, and George E. Stone. The film was produced by Howard Hughes and written by Bartlett Cormack and Tom Miranda. It was distributed by Paramount Pictures.
  10. The Racket is a 1951 remake of the 1928 film of the same name. This film noir-style black-and-white film was directed by John Cromwell with uncredited directing help from Nicholas Ray and Mel Ferrer. The police crime drama is based on a popular Bartlett Cormack play. (Edward G. ...
  11. (Rackets (sport)) Rackets (British English) or Racquets (American English) is an indoor racquet sport played in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada. ...
  12. A loud noise; A racquet: an implement with a handle connected to a round frame strung with wire, sinew, or plastic cords, and used to hit a ball, such as in tennis or a birdie in badminton; A fraud or swindle; an illegal scheme for profit
  13. (RACKETS) One aspect of scripts is the existential payoff of games is the bad feelings which are accumulated and can eventually blow up and lead to an emotional disaster. Each game's existential payoff accumulates to eventually cause a predicted script outcome. ...
  14. What you hit the ball with. The blade plus covering.
  15. The equipment used to hit the ball.
  16. Noisy gangsters often get involved in this: Racket.
  17. Where you can hang small coats. - Joseph Leff
  18. An implement used to strike the tennis ball.
  19. in 20th century music, the best word to describe most of what you hear.
  20. The instrument that's used to hit the ball. It has a long, straight handle and an oval frame strung with natural gut or a synthetic material. ...
  21. (1951) d. John Cromwell, w/Robert Ryan, Lizabeth Scott
  22. a dishonest or illegal activity that makes money
  23. n., a small pair of breasts.
  24. 1. A fraudulent or otherwise illegal business practice. For example, a Ponzi scheme is a racket because no service is offered: new investors simply pay old investors.2. A company that engages in illegal or fraudulent activities.