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'rack out' sv 'eat something'



 
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'rack out' sv 'eat something' #1 (permalink) Sun Jun 08, 2008 5:49 am   'rack out' sv 'eat something'
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #40 "American Slang Words (14)", question 2

I'm so tired. I have to rack out for a while.

(a) sleep
(b) drink some coffee
(c) eat something

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #40 "American Slang Words (14)", answer 2

I'm so tired. I have to sleep for a while.

Correct answer: (a) sleep
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why not eat something?

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'rack out' sv 'eat something' #2 (permalink) Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:02 am   'rack out' sv 'eat something'
 

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'Rack out' is a slang idiom meaning 'sleep'.
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