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How to Pronounce Rave: Learn how to pronounce Rave in English correctly

Learn how to say Rave correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word rave:

verb
[no object]
1talk incoherently, as if one were delirious or mad:
Nancy’s having hysterics and raving about a black ghost
address someone in an angry, uncontrolled way:
[with direct speech]:
‘Never mind how he feels!’ Melissa raved
2speak or write about someone or something with great enthusiasm or admiration:
New York’s critics raved about the acting
3 informal attend a rave party:
they used to rave together—then they started working together
noun
1 [usually as modifier] informal an extremely enthusiastic recommendation or appraisal:
their tour received rave reviews
a person or thing that inspires intense and widely shared enthusiasm:
last year’s fave raves are back for a live performance
British informal, dated a passionate and usually transitory infatuation:
they are like little girls of eleven—they have raves
2 informal a lively party involving dancing and drinking:
their annual fancy-dress rave
a very large party or similar event with dancing to loud, fast electronic music:
[as modifier]:
rave culture
[mass noun] electronic dance music of the kind played at a rave:
the album is an eleven-track journey through rave and techno
Derivatives

ravey
adjective ( informal)
Origin:

Middle English (in the sense ‘show signs of madness’): probably from Old Northern French raver; related obscurely to (Middle) Low German reven ‘be senseless, rave’