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Oxford dictionary definition of the word rake:
an implement consisting of a pole with a toothed crossbar or fine tines at the end, used especially for drawing together cut grass or smoothing loose soil or gravel.
an implement similar to a rake used for other purposes, e.g. by a croupier drawing in money at a gaming table.
[in singular] an act of raking:
giving the lawn a rake
1draw together with a rake or similar implement:
they started raking up hay
make (ground) smooth with a rake:
I sometimes rake over the allotment
2scratch or scrape (something, especially a person’s flesh) with a long sweeping movement:
her fingers raked Bill’s face
[with object and adverbial of direction] draw or drag (something) through something with a sweeping movement:
she raked a comb through her hair
sweep (something) from end to end with gunfire, a look, or a beam of light:
the road was raked with machine-gun fire
[no object, with adverbial of direction] move across something with a long sweeping movement:
his icy gaze raked mercilessly over Lissa’s slender figure
[no object, with adverbial] search or rummage through something:
he raked through his pockets and brought out a five-pound note