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rake
British English: /reɪk/
American English: /reɪk/

Translation of rake in French:

noun

transitive verb

  • 1 (Agriculture)
    ratisser (earth)
    to rake something into a pile
    ratisser quelque chose en tas
  • 2 (scan)
    (gun, beam, soldier)
    balayer (enemy, ground, sky)
    her eyes raked the horizon
    elle a parcouru l'horizon du regard

intransitive verb

also: raked past participle adjective

Phrasal verbs

rake in

[informal]
rake in [something]
amasser (money, profits)
he's raking it in [informal]!
il brasse l'argent à la pelle! [informal]

rake out

rake [something] out, rake out [something]
étouffer (fire)

rake over

rake over [something] 1.1 [literal]
ratisser (soil, flowerbed)
1.2 [figurative]
remuer (memories)

rake up

rake up [something], rake [something] up 1.1 [literal] 1.2 [figurative]
ressusciter (grievance)
remuer (past)

Definition of rake in:

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