English version

raffle in Leisure topic

raffleraffle2 (also raffle off) verb [transitive]  DGGDLto offer something as a prize in a raffle→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
raffleIn order to raise money, he decided to raffle his motor-cycle combination.All I could think of was like raffling off a car to raise funds for a church.They're raffling off a new Cadillac at the carnival.Tattoos will be raffled off by the Tattoo Shops of Tucson at this 18-and-over event.In Adult Education you could raffle one or more memberships specifically, or pay from fundraising throughout the year.About ten thousand dollars' worth of brand-new fifties that the stores handed out in raffles to promote this early sale.