Quickly and illicitly take something from (a place)
she crept down the stairs to raid the larder
A sudden attack on an enemy by troops, aircraft, or other armed forces in warfare
a bombing raid
A surprise attack to commit a crime, esp. to steal from business premises
an early morning raid on a bank
A surprise visit by police to arrest suspected people or seize illicit goods
A hostile attempt to buy a major or controlling interest in the shares of a company
search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on; "The police raided the crack house"
foray: a sudden short attack
an attempt by speculators to defraud investors
foray into: enter someone else's territory and take spoils; "The pirates raided the coastal villages regularly"
take over (a company) by buying a controlling interest of its stock; "T. Boone Pickens raided many large companies"
search for something needed or desired; "Our babysitter raided our refrigerator"
RAID, an acronym for redundant array of inexpensive disks or redundant array of independent disks, is a technology that provides increased storage reliability through redundancy, combining multiple low-cost, less-reliable disk drives components into a logical unit where all drives in the array ...
Raid were a Tennessee based straight edge hardcore band that formed from the ashes of the band One Way. Along with the Californian band Vegan Reich and the English band 'Statement', Raid helped pioneer the Vegan straight edge movement and the Hardline lifestyle and ideology.
A raid is a type of mission in a video game, where the objective is to use a very large number of people, relative to a normal team size set by the game, to defeat a boss monster. ...
Raid is the brand name of a line of insecticides produced by SC Johnson, first launched in 1956.
A raid (also called depredation) is a military tactic or operational warfare mission which requires the execution of a plan where surprise is the principal desired outcome of the attack.
RAID is an abbreviation of Rights & Accountability in Development. It is a NGO based in Oxford, England, founded in 1997, with the aim of promoting "a rights-based approach to development".
A hostile or predatory incursion; an inroad or incursion of mounted men; a sudden and rapid invasion by a cavalry force; a foray; An attack or invasion for the purpose of making arrests, seizing property, or plundering; as, a raid of the police upon a gambling house; a raid of contractors on the ...
(RAID S) (also called Parity RAID) EMC Corporation's proprietary striped parity RAID system used in its Symmetrix storage systems.
(Raiding) A union's attempt to enroll workers belonging to or represented by another union.
(RAIDING) An attempt by one union to induce members of another union to defect and join its ranks.
(Raiding) The act or practice of an investor or a group of investors buying a majority stake or a significant minority stake in a publicly-traded company such that it can dismiss current managers and replace them with handpicked successors. ...
A configuration of multiple disks designed to preserve data after a disk casualty.
A standard for connecting multiple disks to the same server for higher security, speed and performance. Often used on web servers.
Short for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, a method of data protection/backup. Data is stored over a number of servers so that information will still be accessible if a piece of hardware/software crashes.
Redundant Array of Independent Disks. A multidisk storage device that provides high-speed data access plus fault tolerance. Especially popular among video, sound, and other multimedia producers on the Mac.
Redundant arrays memory. This technology of connecting a number of hard drives into one mass storage device, which can be used, among other things, for digital recording of video images.
This stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. It is a subsystem storage concept designed for the purpose of offering higher levels of protection from data loss that can occur from any down time caused by malfunctions compared to the protection offered by conventional disk drives. ...
GECOS machine-level debugger, like DDT. Used during initial debugging of bootstrap1, before John Gintell wrote his dump program.
The purchase of a percentage of the equity of a company that is enough to give control over it, carried out through a public offer to buy or direct negotiations with the more important shareholders; it is also referred to as a takeover.