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Learn American
English slang
beginning with
letter R
Slang Letter R

Today in the classroom you are going to learn some slang beginning with the letter R.
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Slang: American English Slang - Letter R

Today learn 10 slang beginning with the letter R.
Slang Definition Usage
rack bed I have to hit the rack by ten or I'll be tired in the morning.
rack out sleep I am going to rack out for two hours.
racket noise There sure was a lot of racket outside last night.
racket dishonest and deceptive The drug trade is a racket.
racket occupation I really want to know your racket.
radical great I think that's a radical idea.
rag newspaper I can't believe we still get this same old rag.
rap talk We need to sit down and rap about a few things.
rank give a difficult time to Try not to rank the teacher.
rat despicable person He is such a rat.
More Slang
From YOUR Teacher: Radical

This slang term is used a lot in the United States, especially in California. For example:

Surfer: Hey dude check out (take a look at) those radical waves.
 
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