racon

[ rey-kon ]
/ ˈreɪ kɒn /

noun

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Origin of racon

1940–45, Americanism; ra(dar bea)con
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Example sentences from the Web for racon

  • After it has cooled it is again returned into the pan and boiled—if for the racon for three hours, if for the jibes four.

    Bible Animals;|J. G. Wood

British Dictionary definitions for racon

racon
/ (ˈreɪkɒn) /

noun

another name for radar beacon

Word Origin for racon

C20: from ra (dar) + (bea) con
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