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RAID US English

Redundant array of independent (or inexpensive) disks, a system for providing greater capacity, faster access, and security against data corruption by spreading the data across several disk drives

raid US English

A sudden attack on an enemy by troops, aircraft, or other armed forces in warfare

air raid US English

An attack in which bombs are dropped from aircraft onto a ground target

ram raid US English

A robbery in which a shop window is rammed with a vehicle and looted

dawn raid US English

A surprise visit at dawn, especially by police searching for criminals or illicit goods

panty raid US English

A visit by a group of male students to a women’s dormitory with the object of stealing panties

Jameson Raid US English

An abortive raid into Boer territory made in 1895-6 by pro-British extremists led by Dr L. S. Jameson (1853–1917) in an attempt to incite an uprising among recent, non-Boer immigrants. The raid contributed to the eventual outbreak of the Second Boer War

air-raid shelter US English

A building or structure designed to protect people from bombs dropped during air raids

raid US Thesaurus

the raid on Dieppe

raid English-Spanish

asalto masculine, incursión feminine

ram raid New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as verb)

air raid English-Spanish

ataque masculine aéreo

dawn raid English-Spanish

ataque militar de madrugada

ram raid English-Spanish

asaltarrompiendo el escaparate con un vehículo

Jameson Raid New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

raid into Boer territory 1895–6, led by Dr L. S. Jameson

air-raid shelter English-Spanish

refugio masculine antiaéreo

air-raid warning English-Spanish

alarma feminine antiaérea

smash-and-grab raid English-Spanish

robo masculineen el que se rompe el escaparate de una tienda

pedir raid in raid Spanish-English

to hitch a ride