What's the difference between the previous "racket" and this "racket"?
"Racket" in this sentence means to make a loud noise or commotion. The previous "racket" at the beginning of this video clip referred to the physical object of a racket used in the sport of tennis or badminton. Ex: Quiet down! You're making such a racket. Ex: Let's play tennis. I have tennis balls, do you have rackets?
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