- Rachifee, , , (n): Somethings done in a makeshift, careless, or slightly devious way; or as a result of cheating, corruptions, or trickery. (Possibly French rafistolé ‘mended; patched up; English retrofit ‘force something to fit; use something not originally designed for the task’
- The amount of ‘‘ and rachifee going one with we money in that project.
- Excuse me, but when you speak of ‘culture’ in our society, you mean culture as including ?” (Alleyne -Forte 1994:99
Source: Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad & Tobago by Lise Winer.
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