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N-COUNT 挂物架；搁物架 A rack is a frame or shelf, usually with bars or hooks, that is used for holding things or for hanging things on.
My rucksack was too big for the luggage rack...
You have to fight to reach the racks of clothes but the bargains are amazing.
VERB 折磨;使痛苦 If someone is racked by something such as illness or anxiety, it causes them great suffering or pain.
His already infirm body was racked by high fever...
The country is now racked by three violent separatist movements.
PHRASE 绞尽脑汁；苦苦思索 If you rack your brains, you try very hard to think of something.
She began to rack her brains to remember what had happened at the nursing home.
PHRASE （身体或心理）受到折磨 If you say that someone is on the rack, you mean that they are suffering either physically or mentally.
Only a year ago, he was on the rack with a heroin addiction that began when he was 13.
PHRASE 荒废；衰败 If you say that a place is going to rack and ruin, you are emphasizing that it is slowly becoming less attractive or less pleasant because no-one is bothering to look after it.
PHRASE （衣服、商品等）现成的，成品的 Off-the-rack clothes or goods are made in large numbers, rather than being made specially for a particular person.
...the same off-the-rack dress she's been wearing since the night before...
For our clothes, we went to a shop on Hollywood Boulevard, and we just picked it all off the rack.