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1. (of the skin, a wound, etc.) having the surface exposed or abraded, esp painfully
2. (of spirits) undiluted
3. (of the weather) harshly cold and damp
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(meteorology)
Colloquially descriptive of uncomfortably cold weather, usually meaning cold and damp, but sometimes cold and windy.
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raw

(1) See raw data, RAW image format and native capacity.

(2) Untouched. Original. Contrast with "processed" or "cooked."
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For her to always care for others and be intuitive to what people around her are going through," said Rawish.
(4) andaz [Persian word means way, manner], tarz [Arabic word meaning fashion, manner], rawish [a Persain word which means manner]
The reference was organised in collaboration with Rawish International Organisation and presided over by poet Saadullah Shah whereas guests of honour included Shafiq Ahmed and Dr Kanwal Feroz.