English version

rack in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_279_drackrack1 /ræk/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 DTa frame or shelf that has bars or hooks on which you can put things a wine rack a magazine rack luggage rack, roof-rack2 the rack3 on the rack4 go to rack and ruin5 American EnglishDSO a three-sided frame used for arranging the balls at the start of a game of snooker or pool6 a rack of lamb/pork7 off the rack
Examples from the Corpus
rackLet the cake cool on a rack for ten minutes.There are racks and racks of romantic writers and readers online.a bicycle rackSwap for rack mounted sound module.a spice rackMake sure the pans are in the center of the rack to allow heat to circulate around them.What I hear you saying is that I have lived my life as if I bought my clothes off the rack.When the fire is hot, lay the mushrooms on the rack.There is a pool then a typical rack to Inverlaidnan Bridge.Place the frozen truffles on a wire rack over a baking sheet.