רֶשֶׁת (REH-shet) in Biblical Hebrew means net. If you’ve been receiving your daily dose of Hebrew since March of 2010, perhaps you remember that entry.
Today the word רשת is also used to refer a chain of establishments, such as רֶשֶׁת מַחְסָנֵי חַשְׁמַל, Chain of Electronic Warehouses (REH-shet mahkh-sah-NEH-ee khahsh-MAHL). It’s also used to refer to a network and is the nickname equivalent to the English, the Net (referring to the Internet).
Tonight I attended the (100% kosher) bachelor party of a friend of mine. The venue was a pool hall belonging to what the company claims is הָרֶשֶׁת הַגְּדוֹלָה בַּמְּדִינָה – the largest chain (of pool halls) in the State (hah-REH-shet hah-gheh-doh-LAH bah-meh-dee-NAH).