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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraverrav‧er /ˈreɪvə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English informal  1 someone who goes to a rave Police believe many of the ravers were on drugs.2 someone who has an exciting social life and goes to a lot of parties
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raverHe says that a group of ravers from Bristol caused trouble.The promoters are promising tight security to prevent ravers leaving the site.And when the six-strong cast burst into stumbling raps or ranting incantations, even the ravers dotted in the audience look confused.Police believe many of the ravers were on drugs.About 90 percent of the ravers were still dancing enthusiastically when closedown finally came.Every time you hear about a rave being busted, it's always E that the ravers were taking.Will the warnings issued by the health authorities get through to the ravers?
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