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radeau

[ ruh-doh ]
/ rəˈdoʊ /
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noun, plural ra·deaux [ruh-doh, -dohz]. /rəˈdoʊ, -ˈdoʊz/.

an armed scow, variously rigged, used as a floating battery during the American Revolution.

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Origin of radeau

1750–60; <French: raft <Provençal radel<Vulgar Latin *ratellus, diminutive of Latin ratis raft
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