n acronym for (in Britain)
Examples from the Web for rada
Sarah stood by the police barricade with her 12-year-old sister, Mary, and their mother, Rada.
We expect about 30 percent of old deputies to keep their Rada [parliament] seats this time.
But, considering the long tradition of astonishing corruption in the Rada, this impression might be a bit naïve.
At least she made good on her promise to enroll in an acting class at RADA, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.Whatever Happened to ‘The O.C.’ Star Mischa Barton?|Ramin Setoodeh|March 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rada grabbed one of his own men and shoved him toward the Viceroy's sword, impaling the hapless man upon that deadly blade.Despoilers of the Golden Empire|Gordon Randall Garrett
So it was in the Kuban, where the democratic Rada found itself under the heel of Denikin.Dictatorship vs. Democracy|Leon Trotsky
Rada and the boy usurper started up the road for Jauja and Cuzco.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)|Thomas C. Dawson
The Germans, however, had forestalled him by quickly recognizing Ukrainian independence under the Rada.
By recognizing the conservative Rada, they created a split among the Russian delegates as a whole.