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rac·quet

 (răk′ĭt)
n.
Variant of racket1.

racquet

(ˈrækɪt)
n
(General Sporting Terms) a variant spelling of racket2

rac•quet

(ˈræk ɪt)

n.
1. racquets, (used with a sing. v.) a game played with rackets and a ball by two or four persons on a four-walled court.
[sp. variant of racket2]

racquet


Past participle: racqueted
Gerund: racqueting

Imperative
racquet
racquet
Present
I racquet
you racquet
he/she/it racquets
we racquet
you racquet
they racquet
Preterite
I racqueted
you racqueted
he/she/it racqueted
we racqueted
you racqueted
they racqueted
Present Continuous
I am racqueting
you are racqueting
he/she/it is racqueting
we are racqueting
you are racqueting
they are racqueting
Present Perfect
I have racqueted
you have racqueted
he/she/it has racqueted
we have racqueted
you have racqueted
they have racqueted
Past Continuous
I was racqueting
you were racqueting
he/she/it was racqueting
we were racqueting
you were racqueting
they were racqueting
Past Perfect
I had racqueted
you had racqueted
he/she/it had racqueted
we had racqueted
you had racqueted
they had racqueted
Future
I will racquet
you will racquet
he/she/it will racquet
we will racquet
you will racquet
they will racquet
Future Perfect
I will have racqueted
you will have racqueted
he/she/it will have racqueted
we will have racqueted
you will have racqueted
they will have racqueted
Future Continuous
I will be racqueting
you will be racqueting
he/she/it will be racqueting
we will be racqueting
you will be racqueting
they will be racqueting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been racqueting
you have been racqueting
he/she/it has been racqueting
we have been racqueting
you have been racqueting
they have been racqueting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been racqueting
you will have been racqueting
he/she/it will have been racqueting
we will have been racqueting
you will have been racqueting
they will have been racqueting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been racqueting
you had been racqueting
he/she/it had been racqueting
we had been racqueting
you had been racqueting
they had been racqueting
Conditional
I would racquet
you would racquet
he/she/it would racquet
we would racquet
you would racquet
they would racquet
Past Conditional
I would have racqueted
you would have racqueted
he/she/it would have racqueted
we would have racqueted
you would have racqueted
they would have racqueted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.racquet - a sports implement (usually consisting of a handle and an oval frame with a tightly interlaced network of strings) used to strike a ball (or shuttlecock) in various gamesracquet - a sports implement (usually consisting of a handle and an oval frame with a tightly interlaced network of strings) used to strike a ball (or shuttlecock) in various games
badminton racket, badminton racquet, battledore - a light long-handled racket used by badminton players
crosse - a long racket with a triangular frame; used in playing lacrosse
face - the striking or working surface of an implement
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
sports implement - an implement used in a sport
squash racket, squash racquet, bat - a small racket with a long handle used for playing squash
tennis racket, tennis racquet - a racket used to play tennis
Translations
مِضْرَب
ketsjer
maila
spaîi

racquet

[ˈrækɪt] nraquette f

racket1,

racquet

(ˈrӕkit) noun
a wooden or metal frame strung with catgut or nylon, used in tennis and certain other games. tennis-racket; squash-racket; badminton-racket.
References in classic literature ?
The Gardens are noted for two kinds of cricket: boy cricket, which is real cricket with a bat, and girl cricket, which is with a racquet and the governess.
Seizing a racquet and keeping my eyes open, I quickly saw a rainbow flash appearing and disappearing and darting over the ground.
I suggested a quick game of tennis before supper and, Cynthia agreeing, I ran upstairs to fetch my racquet.
Some were dressed in white flannels and were carrying racquets under their arms, some were short, some tall, some were only children, and some perhaps were servants, but they all had their standing, their reason for following each other through the hall, their money, their position, whatever it might be.
Sunburnt and vigorous they sat side by side, with their racquets across their knees, not saying much but smiling slightly all the time.
They were planning to lay out a lawn tennis court on the sands; but no one but Kate and May had racquets, and most of the people had not even heard of the game.
2004), and trunk rotation, upper arm internal rotation, and racquet head velocity influence post-impact ball velocity for the forehand ground stroke (Elliott et al.
Were it not for the distant rumble of a groundsman's lawnmower, the occasional thwack of ball on racquet echoing around from the practice grounds or the drip-dropping from the hanging baskets of freshly watered petunias, there is hardly any sign of life inside these walls.
WHEN I was growing up in Liverpool, Wimbledon fortnight brought with it a frantic search in our shed for my little-used dodgy old racquet.
SERENA Williams believes a potential fine in excess of PS5,000 for repeatedly smashing her racquet will be worth every penny after a "warrior mode" victory over Christina McHale.
THE RACQUET HIM: Wilson Envy 100L tennis racquet, amazon.