raid

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈreɪd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/reɪd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rād)

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raid

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [a police, an air, a military] raid
  2. a raid on the [house, factory, warehouse, building]
  3. the police launched a [dawn, warehouse] raid
  4. a raid at [night, dawn]
  5. a strategic [bombing, tank] raid
  6. the raid was the [result, consequence] of a tip-off
  7. a raid targeting enemy [positions, ammunition stores]
  8. [drugs, piles of cash] were seized during the raid
  9. discovered [counterfeit money, heroin, drugs] during the raid
  10. was [shot, injured, killed] in the raid
  11. [five] were arrested following the raid
  12. [surprised, startled, terrified] by the police raid
  13. a [surprise, morning] raid on the bank
  14. finance: the company initiated a share raid (on)
v
  1. raided the [house, office, building, enemy]
  2. [the police, police officers, the FBI, the army] raided the [house]
  3. [were, was, got] raided by [the police]
  4. raid the [fridge, pantry, cookie jar]
  5. raid your [savings, piggy bank]
  6. raid (money) from [the bank, a fund, their funds]
  7. raid [executives, talent, players, key personnel] (from other companies)
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