race / reɪs /


race3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a contest of speed, as in running, riding, driving, or sailing.
  2. races, a series of races, usually of horses or dogs, run at a set time over a regular course: They spent a day at the races.
  3. any contest or competition, especially to achieve superiority: the arms race; the presidential race.
v. 无主动词 verb

raced, rac·ing.

  1. to engage in a contest of speed; run a race.
  2. to run horses or dogs in races; engage in or practice horse racing or dog racing.
  3. to run, move, or go swiftly.
  4. to run with undue or uncontrolled speed when the load is diminished without corresponding diminution of fuel, force, etc.
v. 有主动词 verb

raced, rac·ing.

  1. to run a race against; try to beat in a contest of speed: I'll race you to the water.
  2. to enter in a race or races.
  3. to cause to run, move, or go at high speed: to race a motor.

race 近义词

n. 名词 noun

pursuit; running, speeding

n. 名词 noun

ethnic group

n. 名词 noun

stream, river

v. 动词 verb

run, speed in competition


  1. After all, even if democratizing access to skills is the first step in a bigger race, it’s not an easy one.
  2. In the 2018 Senate races that led to Republican gains, most votes were cast for Democrats.
  3. The scientific race for a coronavirus vaccine is moving at record-shattering speed.
  4. Polling in each state has moved within a fairly narrow range, as has the race overall.
  5. Warren, who was one of more than two dozen candidates to run in the Democratic primary, dropped out of the race in March.
  6. On Thursday, Garcetti ruled himself out of the race to succeed Boxer.
  7. Think back to the Bush-Kerry race of 2004, the Thrilla in Vanilla.
  8. How far has Congress really evolved on race when in 50 years it has gone from one black senator to two?
  9. If Congress accurately reflected our nation on the basis of race, about 63 percent would be white, not 80 percent.
  10. Each individual race involves an unusual collaboration between researchers, manufacturers, and public-health entities.
  11. His hero, Gulliver, discovers race after race of beings who typify the genera in his classification of mankind.
  12. Ever since his majority Lord Hetton had annually entered a colt in the great race.
  13. Decide about it, ye that are learned in the ethnographic distinctions of our race—but heaven defend us from the Bourbonnaises!
  14. His unbounded generosity won for him the admiration of all his race, who graciously recognized him as their Maguinoó.
  15. One of the lower and mixed forms of artistic activity, in the case of the child and of the race alike, is personal adornment.