||steal, take company supplies, pinch, scoff
||Those sailors will rabbit anything that isn't chained to the deck!
They're ruddy thieves!
||(See the rabbit died)
||lettuce, carrots, cabbage etc.
||Dad says salad is tasteless. He calls it rabbit food.
||a person who makes noise and causes problems
||A bunch of rabble-rousers were fighting at the football game.
|rack my brain
||think hard, try to remember
||I've racked my brain, but I can't remember where I saw that man.
||compile, increase, build up, run up
||He racked up a lot of points with his first hand of cribbage.
||radical, weird, on the fringe
||What a rad video! The singer's head was sitting on a table!
||I need some new rags. My clothes are old and worn.
|rags to riches
||(See from rags to riches)
||convertible car, ragtop
||In the summer, Pam drives a ragtop - a Fiat Spyder.