14 de março de 2013



Eu simplesmente resumiria a coluna Rally como uma série de fotos, de diferentes e variadas fontes e canais da internet. Sempre no tema, abrindo espaço para novos horizontes e olhares. Um verdadeiro rally para o Blog da Série. O que acontece no mundo dos automóveis diferenciados e exclusivos, sua cultura e comportamento. Sem preconceito, selecionando o que chama a atenção na garagem e, principalmente fora dela. Nas ruas, rally da internet e das redes sociais. Bi-Bi Fom-Fom!!


rally | s. m.

rally |ràlí|
(palavra inglesa, do francês rallier, ligar)
s. m.
Ver rali.
Plural: rallies.

rally 1 |ˈralē|verb ( -lies, -lied) [ intrans. ](of troops) come together again in order to continue fighting after a defeat or dispersion De Montfort's troops rallied and drove back the king's infantry.• [ trans. bring together (forces) again in order to continue fighting the king escaped to Perth to rally his own forces.• assemble in a mass meeting up to 50,000 people rallied in the city center.• come together in order to support a person or cause or for concerted action conservatives in the GOP rallied behind Goldwater.• [ trans. bring together (forces or support) in such a way a series of meetings to rally support for the union.• Sports come from behind in scoring.• (of a person) recover their health, spirits, or poise she floundered for a moment, then rallied again.• [ trans. revive (a person or their health or spirits) they rallied her with a drink.• (of share, currency, or commodity prices) increase after a fall prices of metals such as aluminum and copper have rallied.drive in a rally.• (in tennis and other racket sports) engage in a rally.noun ( pl. -lies)a mass meeting of people making a political protest or showing support for a cause a rally attended by around 100,000 people.• an open-air event for people who own a particular kind of vehicle a traction engine rally.(also rallye) a competition for motor vehicles in which they are driven a long distance over public roads or rough terrain, typically in stages and through checkpoints [as adj. a rally driver.a quick or marked recovery after a reverse or a period of weakness the market staged a late rally.• (in baseball and football) a renewed or sustained offensive, usually by the losing team, that ties or wins the game.(in tennis and other racket sports) an extended exchange of strokes between players.• hitting the ball back and forth to warm up before a match begins.DERIVATIVESrallier nounrallyist noun (in sense 2 of the noun.ORIGIN early 17th cent. (in the sense [bring together again] ): from French rallier, from re- ‘again’allier ‘to ally.’rally 2verb ( -lies, -lied) [ trans. archaicsubject (someone) to good-humored ridicule; tease he rallied her on the length of her pigtail.ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from French railler ‘to rib, tease’ (see rail ).

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