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rack in Technology 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
rack• Let the cake cool on a rack for ten minutes.• There are racks and racks of romantic writers and readers online.• a bicycle rack• Swap for rack mounted sound module.• a spice rack• Make 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.