例句1. the third earl had the reputation of being something of a rake’
例句1. another man was raking the clippings into a sack’
例句3. the cat raked his face with its claws’
例句5. Dempster raked through his pockets’
His father was furious and swore he’d grow up to be a dissolute rake . Because of this he’s not too fond of the boy, but the child’s still his grandmother’s darling
rake up the persimmon
[美] 把赢的钱带走; 得奖
Performance Analysis of UWB Receiver Using Pre-Rake Combining
Design and Implementation of the RAKE Receiver
A Novel Estimation Method of Maximum Doppler Frequency in Rake Receiver and Its Application in Channel Estimation
Analysis and Realization of RAKE Receiver for WCDMA Downlink
Pilot Symbol Aided Space-Time 2D-RAKE Receiver for Wideband CDMA System
Safe design steering column, height and rake adjustable
Rake the grass off [from] the lawn
Rake the soil(smooth),eg before planting seeds
Rake up the trash on the ground
Rake the garden paths (smooth).
Rake together dead leaves(into a heap)
Rake the leaves and heap them by the garage.
Rake a seed-bed to a good tilth
Rake up the leaves and burn them.
Rake the cut grass off the lawn
At midnight, the spirit came to the temple to reach for the girl. Pig, the pretended girl, in a hurry swirled his rake at the spirit. The spirit fled into the river.
Don’t rake up the past.
Don’t rake up the past.
Don’t always rake up the old stories.
Don’t rake up the past.
Fuzzy Optimization Design of the Links Mechanism with Film Rake of Remnant Plastic Film Collector
A rake is used on a lawn to collect leaves and dead grass.
The Weights Design of the Rake Combiner for UWB Digital Rake Receiver
Performance Analysis of Indoor RAKE Receiver in Ultra Wideband Radio Communication
propeller blades that rake backward from the shaft;rake a ship’s mast.
Multifunctional power steering wheel with height & rake adjustable
A dissolute person;a rake .
Of the character of a rake ;dissolute.
normal rake angle
keel rake(keel drag)
1.A fashionable or wealthy man of immoral or promiscuous habits.
‘a merry Restoration _rake_ ’
‘Willoughby is a _rake_ , seducing women without thinking of either their feelings or the consequences of his actions.’
2.A herd of colts.
3.A number of railway carriages or wagons coupled together.
‘we have converted one locomotive and a _rake_ of coaches to air braking’
4.An act of raking.
‘giving the lawn a _rake_ ’
5.An implement consisting of a pole with a toothed crossbar or fine tines at the end, used especially for drawing together cut grass or smoothing loose soil or gravel.
‘Work in small sections, and then remove the debris with a _rake_ .’
‘The rest bring their own pruning saws, chainsaws, _rakes_ , trimmers, blowers and whatever else is needed and do the work that is set out in the yearly planner.’
6.An implement similar to a rake used for other purposes, e.g. by a croupier drawing in money at a gaming table.
7.The angle at which a thing slopes.
‘you can adjust the _rake_ of the backrests’
‘To do this, cut 6 inches off the first shingle of the second course at the _rake_ of the slope.’
8.The angle of the edge or face of a cutting tool.
1.(of a ship’s bow or stern) project at its upper part beyond the keel.
2.(of a ship’s mast or funnel) incline from the perpendicular towards the stern.
‘her long clipper bow and _raked_ mast’
3.Draw or drag (something) through something with a sweeping movement.
‘she _raked_ a comb through her hair’
‘‘This is stupid,’ he informed her lowly, _raking_ a hand through his dark hair.’
4.Draw together with a rake or similar implement.
‘they started _raking_ up hay’
‘I bought it on Friday, imagining that we’d spend the weekend _raking_ up leaves together in the warm winter sunshine.’
5.Make (ground) smooth with a rake.
‘I sometimes _rake_ over the allotment’
‘‘When we filled the hole we overfilled it to allow for settlement and since then have _raked_ over the ground in the past year to level it out,’ he added.’
6.Move across something with a long sweeping movement.
‘his icy gaze _raked_ mercilessly over Lissa’s slender figure’
‘I was surprise by the intensity in his gaze as his eyes _raked_ over me.’
7.Scratch or scrape (something, especially a person’s flesh) with a long sweeping movement.
‘her fingers _raked_ Bill’s face’
‘Their icy fingers _raked_ my flesh as I swung my arm wildly.’
8.Search or rummage through something.
‘he _raked_ through his pockets and brought out a five-pound note’
‘He’s _raking_ through the bins searching for anything recyclable to put in his already bulging trolley.’
9.Set (something) at a sloping angle.
‘the floor is steeply _raked_ ’
‘The stage seemed a long way away, but the amphitheatre is steeply _raked_ , so there was no problem seeing the big picture.’
10.Sweep (something) from end to end with gunfire, a look, or a beam of light.
‘the road was _raked_ with machine-gun fire’
‘Suddenly machine-gun fire _raked_ the bridge and the pilothouse, shattering the safety windows.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。