There are 2 translations of rack in Spanish:

rack1

Pronunciation: /ræk/

n

  • 3 (for torture) potro (masculine) (de tortura) to be on the rack estar* pasando las de Caín to go to rack and ruin venirse* abajo
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    • When we finally emerged from the cave after an eight-hour trip it was as if we had spent the last eight hours on that medieval instrument of torture, the rack.
    • One is not bound to regard torture as only present in a mediaeval dungeon where the appliances of rack and thumbscrew or similar devices were employed.
    • Confessions were extracted and signed on the rack, and used in the place of truth.
  • 4 [Cookery/Cocina] rack of lamb costillar (masculine) de cordero
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    • Plenty of magazines line the racks in the grocery stores.
    • Knowing your store has a magazine rack with a fresh selection of popular titles gives your customers yet another reason to stop by.
    • This autumn you will have to wade through Harris Tweed fashion features in the top style magazines and on the racks of the most expensive designer stores.
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    • The oven-roasted rack of lamb, basted with butter and meat juice during the cooking process, was tender, juicy and firm, and served on a bed of sautéd beans.
    • Nothing on the list of entrées cracks the $18 mark, despite the presence of sirloin steak, rack of lamb, trout, and salmon dishes.
    • One butcher I spoke to said that you simply could not trim a loin of pork like a rack of lamb.

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There are 2 translations of rack in Spanish:

rack2

vt

  • 1.1 (shake) (often passive/frecuentemente en voz pasiva) sacudirto be racked with sth to be racked with pain sufrir dolores atroces to be racked with doubt/guilt estar* atormentado por la duda/el remordimiento
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    • The very instant he touched it, his whole body was wracked by pain.
    • He blinked as pain wracked his body and paralyzed him momentarily.
    • The anguish that she felt came pouring out and she cried, shuddering as the sobs wracked her body.
    1.2
    (racking present participle/participio presente)
    [cough] convulsivo; [sobs] incontrolable

Phrasal verbs

rack up

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento

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