Rap

  • 181 Rap-Murr-Phobia (The Fear Of Real Hip-Hop) — Album par Keith Murray Sortie 31 juillet 2007 Enregistrement 2006 2007 Genre Hip Hop Producteur …

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  • 182 RAP Amsterdam — RAP ist ein ehemaliger Fußballverein aus Amsterdam in den Niederlanden. Geschichte Gegründet wurde der Verein am 14. November 1887. Die Vereine R.U.N., Amstels und Progress, bei denen Cricket gespielt wurde, formten einen Fußballverein mit Ihren… …

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  • 183 rap someone's knuckles — rap (someone s) knuckles a rap across/on/over the knuckles a punishment which is not very severe but which warns you not to behave that way again. She rapped my knuckles and sent me on my way …

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  • 184 rap knuckles — rap (someone s) knuckles a rap across/on/over the knuckles a punishment which is not very severe but which warns you not to behave that way again. She rapped my knuckles and sent me on my way …

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  • 185 rap someone over the knuckles — rap someone on/over/the knuckles informal phrase to criticize someone, usually in a formal way Thesaurus: to criticize, accuse or blamesynonym words used to describe criticismhyponym …

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  • 186 rap|id-fire — «RAP ihd FYR», adjective. 1. firing shots in quick succession. 2. Figurative: »rapid fire wit …

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  • 187 rap|id-fir|ing — «RAP ihd FYR ihng», adjective. = rapid fire. (Cf. ↑rapid fire) …

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  • 188 rap|ids — «RAP ihdz» noun (plural). See under rapid. (Cf. ↑rapid) …

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  • 189 rap|ine — «RAP ihn», noun. a robbing by force and carrying off; plundering: »The soldiers in the enemy s land got their food by rapine. ╂[< Latin rapīna < rapere to seize, hurry off. See etym. of doublets ravin (Cf. ↑ravin), ravine. (Cf. ↑ravine)] …

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  • 190 rap|loch — «RAP lokh», noun, adjective. Scottish. –n. a coarse, undyed, homespun woolen. –adj. coarse; rough; homely: »Tho rough an raploch be her measure, She s seldom lazy (Robert Burns) …

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  • 191 rap|pa|ree — «RAP uh REE», noun. 1. an Irish freebooter, especially of the late 1600 s. 2. = robber. (Cf. ↑robber) ╂[< Irish rapaire (originally) short pike; later, the wielder of the pike] …

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  • 192 rap|pel — rap|pel1 «ra PEHL», noun. the roll or beat of the drum to call soldiers to arms. ╂[< French rappel < rappeler to recall; see etym. under repeal (Cf. ↑repeal)] rap|pel2 «ra PEHL», intransitive verb, pelled, pel|ling. to descend a cliff or… …

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  • 193 rap|pen — «RAP uhn», noun, plural pen. 1. the Swiss centime. 2. a coin worth one rappen. ╂[< German Rappen < Middle High German rappe a coin with the head of a bird on it < rappe, rabe raven] …

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  • 194 rap|scal|lion — «rap SKAL yuhn», noun. a rascal; rogue; scamp: »A set of ferocious looking rapscallions had boarded the steamer (James Runciman). Also, rascallion. ╂[earlier rascallion < rascal] …

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  • 195 rap|tor — «RAP tuhr, tr», noun. 1. any raptorial bird; bird of prey: 2. a carnivorous, bipedal dinosaur, usually small or medium size. Raptors are Dromaeosaurids, and include the genus Velociraptor: »Scientists discovered fossil bones of a raptor the size… …

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  • 196 rap|ture — «RAP chuhr», noun, verb, tured, tur|ing. –noun. 1. a strong feeling that absorbs the mind; very great joy: »The mother gazed with rapture at her newborn baby. 2. Often, raptures. an expression of great joy. 3. Obsolete. a carrying or transporting …

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  • 197 rap|tus — «RAP tuhs», noun. rapturous emotion; ecstatic feeling: »He respected the state of raptus in which all these poems were written (Atlantic). ╂[< Latin raptus; see etym. under rapt (Cf. ↑rapt)] …

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  • 198 rap on/over/across the knuckles — rap (someone) on/over/across the knuckles see ↑rap, 2 • • • Main Entry: ↑knuckle …

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  • 199 rap somebody on the knuckles — ˌrap sb on/over the ˈknuckles | rap sb s ˈknuckles idiom to criticize sb for sth • The company was rapped over the knuckles for broadcasting the interview. Main entry: ↑rapidiom …

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  • 200 rap somebody over the knuckles — ˌrap sb on/over the ˈknuckles | rap sb s ˈknuckles idiom to criticize sb for sth • The company was rapped over the knuckles for broadcasting the interview. Main entry: ↑rapidiom …

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