Hay 2 definiciones de rally en inglés:

rally1

Saltos de línea: rally
Pronunciación: /ˈrali
 
/

verbo (rallies, rallying, rallied)

[no object]
  • 3Drive in a rally: we’re driving off to Spain to rally [with object]: he has raced and rallied MGBs for thirty years
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    • However, Gareth has rallied in Ireland in recent times, so he is certainly familiar with pace note asphalt rallies.
    • He has been rallying for six years and entered the 2004 Safari Rally.
    • ‘We just keep finding the limit,’ said Mark on Friday as he rallied on the island for the first time.

sustantivo (plural rallies)

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  • 1A mass meeting of people making a political protest or showing support for a cause: a banned nationalist rally
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    • For example, service members as well as government civilians can attend political meetings or rallies.
    • My activities went from merely attending meetings, rallies, and protests to organizing them.
    • Hundreds of people are expected to turn out today for a mass rally in support of efforts to save the historic Duke of Wellington's Regiment.
    Sinónimos
    meeting, mass meeting, gathering, assembly, tweetup; demonstration, march, protest march, parade
    informal get-together, demo
  • 1.1An open-air event for people who own a particular kind of vehicle: a traction engine rally
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    • On the final day, a rally of all vehicles will be organised.
    • Their numerous annual funding raising events include the vintage rally, the Slieve Bloom walk, a golf classic and Sunflower day and coffee morning.
    • The Kildare Branch of the IWAI is organising the boat rally and the event will mark the beginning of the boating season this year for the inland waterways.
  • 2A long-distance race for motor vehicles over public roads or rough terrain, typically in several stages: [as modifier]: a rally driver
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    • Amazingly, although set up to tackle the roughest rally terrain in the world, the Group B cars could race on a track as well.
    • Antoine Bessette lost his rear wing in the closing laps of the race, but the former rally driver kept firm control of his car and finished in eighth.
    • They will also continue to compete in historic road rallies.
  • 4(In tennis and other racket sports) an extended exchange of strokes between players: a rally of more than three strokes was a rarity
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    • Once in a while a tennis match will reach its climax with both players convinced they are going to win until the last stroke of the last rally.
    • I like the back-and-forth sound in tennis of two good players having a long rally or even just warming up.
    • When he was 10, he worked as a ball boy at a seniors' tournament, giving him the chance to hit a few rallies with John McEnroe.

Derivativos

rallier

sustantivo
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  • ‘'I thought he was a good ol’ boy,’ the Iowa native told the ralliers about why he voted for him in 2000.
  • Protesters and ralliers lobbying for free tuition clashed with hundreds of riot cops in Quebec City outside of Quebec's main parliamentary building on Tuesday, February 18.
  • There they chanted, waved signs, and otherwise expressed their political views to any ralliers who happened to be dreadfully lost.

rallyist

sustantivo
sense 2 of the noun.
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  • But as rallyists, they never seem to catch the gimmicks while they're actually running a rallye.
  • Before you accuse us of being gender-biased, we acknowledge there are excellent women racers and rallyists.
  • A spectator observed that the rallyists dispensed with helmets because they wanted to show off their paper caps that had the club's logo.

Origen

early 17th century (in the sense 'bring together again'): from French rallier, from re- 'again' + allier 'to ally'.

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Hay 2 definiciones de rally en inglés:

rally2

Saltos de línea: rally
Pronunciación: /ˈrali
 
/

verbo (rallies, rallying, rallied)

[with object] archaic
  • Subject (someone) to good-humoured ridicule; tease: he rallied her on the length of her pigtail

Origen

mid 17th century: from French railler 'to rib, tease' (see rail2).

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