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Etymology:

From Proto-Germanic *raukiz, whence also Old Frisian rēk, Old Saxon rōk, Old Dutch rouc, Old High German rouh, Old Norse reykr. Possibly a loan from the Old Norse instead.


Noun:

rec (uncountable) (informal) Abbreviation of recreation. At 11:00, school’s out, and it’s time for rec (informal) A recommendation or suggestion.


Verb:

rec (third-person singular simple present recs, present participle rec'ing, simple past reced or rec'ed, past participle reced or rec'ed) (informal) To recommend something such as a book, movie, product etc.


Anagrams:

CER Erc, ERC


Reference:

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