A stretch, an act of stretching; a strain, a wrench.
(reflexive). To stretch oneself.
To become longer or broader, especially by being pulled; to stretch, expand.
To extend by pulling; to stretch. "to rax (a person's) crag (also neck)": to hang (a person).
To extend a hand or arm; to reach out. Also figurative. Frequently with adverbs, as for, over, etc.
To stretch out, extend (a part of the body); to crane (one's neck), raise (one's head).
To strain, sprain (a part of the body). Also reflexive and without object with reflexive meaning: to strain or exert oneself.
To rack (one's brain, etc.).
In passive: to be racked with pain or a disease.