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See also Rata, and raţă

Finnish

Etymology

From Common Germanic *ratho.

Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: ra‧ta
  • Rhymes: -ɑtɑ
  • IPA: [ˈrɑtɑ]

Noun

rata (stem ra-*)

  1. (railway) track, line
  2. (sports) track, lane
  3. An orbit (path of one object around another)
  4. A course (of life)
  5. A trajectory (path of a body as it travels through space)

Derived terms

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French

Verb

rata

  1. third-person singular past historic form of rater

Galician

Noun

rata f. (plural ratas)

Singular
rata f.

Plural
ratas f.

  1. rat

Related terms


Guaraní

Noun

rata

  1. fire

Indonesian

Adjective

rata

  1. even
  2. flat
    Gempa bumi telah menyebabkan bangunan-bangunan itu menjadi rata dengan tanah.
  3. smooth
    permukaannya (tidak rata / kasar)

Synonyms


Italian

Noun

rata f. (plural rate)

  1. instalment

Maori

Etymology

Common Oceanian

Adjective

rata

  1. tame
  2. quiet

Spanish

Noun

rata f. (plural ratas)

Singular
rata f.

Plural
ratas f.

  1. a rat

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