Pronunciation:  US [reɪ] UK [reɪ]
  • abbr.(= Rare earths) rare earth elements; Things
  • n."Music" diatonic sound-long thread
  • prep.Subject matter
  • WebAgain; Re; Reynolds (Reynoldsnumber)
the second note in the sol- fa musical scale 
(= rare earths) 
(= real estate) 
[ Chemistry](= rhenium) 
<<>  Royal Engineers) 
(= Royal Exchange) 
(= Reformed Episcopal) 
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