One entry found for racket.
Main Entry: 1rack·et
Variant(s): or rac·quet /primarystressrak-schwat/
Function: noun
Etymology: from early French raquette "racket" derived from Latin rasceta "wrist," from Arabic rusgh (same meaning)
1 : a light implement consisting of a handle attached to an open frame with a network of strings stretched across it that is used to hit the object in play (as a ball) in various games (as tennis, badminton, or racquetball)
2 : 2PADDLE 1c


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