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rec

 (rĕk)
n. Informal
Recreation.

rec

(rɛk)
n
(Human Geography) informal short for recreation ground

rec


(rek),
n.
recreation.
[1925–30; by shortening]

rec.

1. receipt.
2. recipe.
3. record.
4. recorder.
Translations

rec

abbr of recommendedempf.
References in classic literature ?
He threw both his hands up to heaven at the rec ollection.
The REC Partner Program provides distributors with a portfolio of services, tools and benefits to grow their business profitably with REC.
3 of the said report has stated that REC has followed the prudential norms of RBI in recognising its NPA since 2014-15," the REC noted.
KIUC president and CEO David Bissell and REC Solar CEO Al Bucknam will participate in the ceremony, which will include public tours of the solar farm.
As announced in July, REC wants to separate its Singapore-based solar activities from its silicon business via a NOK800m (USD134m/EUR99m) share offering to existing stockholders as these operations have only limited operational synergies.
4 October 2013 - Norway's Renewable Energy Corp ASA (OSL:REC) said today it had signed a deal in connection with the transfer of the company's solar business to newly-formed REC Solar ASA.
REC also guided that compared to the previous quarter, lower sales prices and reduced sales volumes are expected to hurt its financial results in the fourth quarter of 2011, particularly in REC Silicon.
The Compact Rec and Hot Rec systems have an internal heat recovery, where a concurrent flow of combustion air passes through the regenerated sand, cooling the sand while heating the combustion air.
Steve McDougal, co-founder of 3Degrees, a leading REC supplier, will address the basics of purchasing RECs and answer large institutional buyers' most commonly asked questions:
A REC from a solar park, for example, may be more expensive than one from a wind farm due to the greater supply of wind RECs on the market.
The same sources, especially wind, supply the REC markets; see chart, page 16).
The REC is the body which represents the pounds 24.