Found 3 items, similar to rally.
English → Indonesian
bersatu, mengalang, mengerahkan, penggalangan, rapat umum
English → English
n 1: a large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
[syn: mass meeting
2: the feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort; “he
singled to start a rally in the 9th inning”
; “he feared
the rallying of their troops for a counterattack”
3: a marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness
4: an automobile race run over public roads
5: (sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes;
“after a short rally Connors won the point”
v 1: gather; “drum up support”
[syn: beat up
, drum up
2: call to arms; of military personnel [syn: call up
] [ant: demobilize
3: gather or bring together; “muster the courage to do
; “she rallied her intellect”
; “Summon all your
, come up
, muster up
4: return to a former condition; “The jilted lover soon rallied
and found new friends”
; “The stock market rallied”
5: harass with persistent criticism or carping; “The children
teased the new teacher”
; “Don't ride me so hard over my
; “His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a
jacket and tie”
English → English
, n.; pl. Rallies
1. The act or process of rallying (in any of the senses of
2. A political mass meeting. [Colloq. U. S.]
, v. t. [F. railler. See Rail
To attack with raillery, either in good humor and pleasantry,
or with slight contempt or satire.
Honeycomb . . . rallies me upon a country life.
Strephon had long confessed his amorous pain,
Which gay Corinna rallied with disdain. --Gay.
Syn: To banter; ridicule; satirize; deride; mock.
(r[a^]l"l[y^]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Rallied
(r[a^]l"l[i^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Rallying
.] [OF. ralier, F.
rallier, fr. L. pref. re- + ad + ligare to bind. See Ra-
and 1st Ally
To collect, and reduce to order, as troops dispersed or
thrown into confusion; to gather again; to reunite.
, v. i.
1. To come into orderly arrangement; to renew order, or
united effort, as troops scattered or put to flight; to
assemble; to unite.
The Grecians rally, and their powers unite.
Innumerable parts of matter chanced just then to
rally together, and to form themselves into this new
2. To collect one's vital powers or forces; to regain health
or consciousness; to recuperate.
3. To recover strength after a decline in prices; -- said of
the market, stocks, etc.
(r[a^]l"l[y^]), v. i.
To use pleasantry, or satirical merriment.