See also: Rabe and råbe

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NounEdit

rabe (plural rabes)

  1. Alternative spelling of raab
    • 2015 July 16, Joanne Starkey, “Restaurant Review: Scarpetta Beach in Montauk Offers Meals to Match the View”, in New York Times[1]:
      All the baking is done in-house, from the impressive selections in the breadbasket, including a stuffed bread with cheese, salami and broccoli rabe, to the desserts, like the feathery-light flourless chocolate cake, paired with a caramel gelato and topped off with a crisp chocolate tuile.

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EtymologyEdit

Clipping of rabiot.

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NounEdit

rabe m (plural rabes)

  1. (informal) rest, leftovers
    Synonym: reste
    Y’a du rabe, qui en veut ?(please add an English translation of this usage example)

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rabe (Cyrillic spelling рабе)

  1. third-person plural present of rabiti