rase


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rase 1

 (rāz)
tr.v. rased, ras·ing, ras·es
To erase.

[Middle English rasen, to scrape off, erase; see raze.]

rase 2

 (rāz)
v.
Variant of raze.

rase

(reɪz)
vb
a variant spelling of raze

rase


Past participle: rased
Gerund: rasing

Imperative
rase
rase
Present
I rase
you rase
he/she/it rases
we rase
you rase
they rase
Preterite
I rased
you rased
he/she/it rased
we rased
you rased
they rased
Present Continuous
I am rasing
you are rasing
he/she/it is rasing
we are rasing
you are rasing
they are rasing
Present Perfect
I have rased
you have rased
he/she/it has rased
we have rased
you have rased
they have rased
Past Continuous
I was rasing
you were rasing
he/she/it was rasing
we were rasing
you were rasing
they were rasing
Past Perfect
I had rased
you had rased
he/she/it had rased
we had rased
you had rased
they had rased
Future
I will rase
you will rase
he/she/it will rase
we will rase
you will rase
they will rase
Future Perfect
I will have rased
you will have rased
he/she/it will have rased
we will have rased
you will have rased
they will have rased
Future Continuous
I will be rasing
you will be rasing
he/she/it will be rasing
we will be rasing
you will be rasing
they will be rasing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rasing
you have been rasing
he/she/it has been rasing
we have been rasing
you have been rasing
they have been rasing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rasing
you will have been rasing
he/she/it will have been rasing
we will have been rasing
you will have been rasing
they will have been rasing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rasing
you had been rasing
he/she/it had been rasing
we had been rasing
you had been rasing
they had been rasing
Conditional
I would rase
you would rase
he/she/it would rase
we would rase
you would rase
they would rase
Past Conditional
I would have rased
you would have rased
he/she/it would have rased
we would have rased
you would have rased
they would have rased
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rase - tear down so as to make flat with the ground; "The building was levelled"
bulldoze - flatten with or as if with a bulldozer
destroy, destruct - do away with, cause the destruction or undoing of; "The fire destroyed the house"
References in classic literature ?
Nor was his eare less peal'd With noises loud and ruinous (to compare Great things with small) then when BELLONA storms, With all her battering Engines bent to rase Som Capital City, or less then if this frame Of Heav'n were falling, and these Elements In mutinie had from her Axle torn The stedfast Earth.
He ordered the captain of the guard to take with him forty men, to pillage Noureddin's house, to rase it to the ground, and to bring Noureddin and the slave to him.
Robert Downer, chief executive at The Blagdon Estate, said: "Hosting the RASE President's Day is a real honour for the Estate, and being able to show so many people from outside the region the range of activities we undertake here added real depth to the day.
He is a former director of marketing and communications at RASE and has had a distinguished career in journalism and public relations, having been editor of Farmers Weekly and running his own marketing and PR business for more than 20 years.
The digital map will aid later developments, hopefully meeting the needs of residents, said Rase.
Rase is now planning Stoneleigh's future without the show and hopes to incorporate elements in to a series of smaller livestock-based events.
Mr Oliver-Bellasis said: "We don't want people to dwell on the demise of the Royal Show, but focus on the innovative events that RASE will deliver in 2010 and beyond.
Officials at Market Rasen have problems with the River Rase flooding the track ahead of Friday's card.
Donald Appoloni, Russell Bergmann, Charles Engle, Phyllis Klender, Roger Petri and William Rase were tenured public school teachers in three school districts in Michigan.
Rase - Marie Rase, 98, formerly of Eugene, died March 10.
Une enseignante de francais au college Barnoussa a la ville du Kef, a rase les cheveux de quatre eleves issus de familles pauvres d'une facon degradante.