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raker1

[rey-ker] /ˈreɪ kər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that rakes.
Origin
1325-1375
1325-75; Middle English. See rake1, -er1

raker2

[rey-ker] /ˈreɪ kər/
noun, Building Trades.
1.
an inclined member, as a pile or shore.
Origin
1880-85; rake3 + -er1
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Examples for raker
  • raker depth--The difference in height between raker and cutter teeth.
  • raker fitting--includes shaping the raker gullet and swaging and sharpening the raker.
  • The raker teeth that pull wood from the cut are not set.
British Dictionary definitions for raker

raker

/ˈreɪkə/
noun
1.
a person who rakes
2.
a raking implement
3.
(Midland English, dialect) a large lump of coal
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