English Vocabulary Words
with Meaning

 

ENGLISH DICTIONARY FOR VOCABULARY

English wordsMeanings
rabbita small furry animal with long ears. Some rabbits are kept in hutches as pets, but wild rabbits dig holes in the ground to live in
racecompetition in running
racegroup of people with a common culture and language
raceto move very quickly to get to a place before someone else does. The same word also means a large group of people having a similar appearance, especially the same skin colour. Europeans, Africans and Chines all belong to different races
racetrackthe path or course where a race is run
racka framework to keep things on, such as a hat rack
racketa bat with a network of strings used in playing tennis and other games. Sometimes the word is spelled racquet. The same word also means a loud noise
radara method of finding the position of an object (ship, aircraft) by reflection of radiowaves
radiancebrightness shooting in rays, splendour, brilliancy
radiantbright; sending out rays of heat or light. The same word also means showing joy
radiateto send out rays of heat or light: to spread out in many directions from a centre
radiatora set of pipes or other apparatus used to heat a room by electricity, hot water or steam. The same word also means the part of a car that holds water to keep the engine from getting too hot
radiculoussilly; foolish; laughable
radioan instrument that brings broadcast music and other people’s voices through the air from far away
radishthe small red and white root of a plant, used in salads
radiusa straight line from the centre of a circle to its outer edge
raftfloating logs or boards fastened together
raga piece of cloth that is old and often full of holes
ragegreat anger; fury
raida quick surprise attack
raila wooden or metal bar used as part of a fence: a long metal bar which is used to make a railway track
railinga fence of posts and rails
railwayvery long parallel bars of metal that make a road or track fro trains to run on
raindrops of water that fall out of the clouds
rainbowa beautifully-coloured arch that you can se in the sky when the sun shines through rain
raincoata coat made of rubber or some other material that does not let the rain through
rainfallthe amount of rain that falls in a certain period of time
raiseto lift up. The same word also means to collect, as when you raise money for charity. It means to grow or breed something, like plants or animals
raisina dried grape used in cakes and puddings
rakea garden tool with a long handle and metal teeth
rama male sheep. The same word also means to push hard or crash into something
rambleto stroll about for pleasure. The same word also means a long walk in the country
ramparta mound of earth round a place, a defence
rancha very big farm where large numbers of cattle, horses or sheep are raised
rangera man who is paid to look after a forest or large area of land
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