racenounuk /reɪs/ us /reɪs/
race noun (COMPETITION)
- I was just congratulating Ceri on winning her race.
- If an athlete makes a false start, the race must be restarted.
- Several jockeys were arrested on suspicion of fixing the race.
- It was a real race against time to get all the costumes sewn for the play.
- He found three 400 metre races in two days hard going.
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race noun (PEOPLE)
- She teaches the students to have respect for different races and appreciate the diversity of other cultures.
- Primitive races colonized these islands 2000 years ago.
- People should not be stigmatized on the basis of race.
- Today, many Americans are still grappling with the issue of race.
- Discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age or disability is not allowed.
raceverbuk /reɪs/ us /reɪs/
race verb (COMPETITION)
race verb (HURRY)