verb (recces, recceing, recced)
informal term for reconnoitre.
- Last August I was one of five Persians and four Westerners - three women and six men - who set off to recce a route by jeep through the deserts, mountains and ‘emptylands’ of north and north-east Iran.
- We learned that shortly after the exercise started, they entered the area to recce the target.
- A team of eight MPs spent a week in East Timor ahead of the minister's visit to recce the locations to be visited.
Words that rhyme with recceBecky, kaiseki, techie
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