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race

noun
 
 
/reɪs/
COMPETITION [C] A2 a competition in which people run, ride, drive, etc against each other in order to see who is the fastest
yarış, yarışma, müsabaka, koşu
a horse raceCompetitions, and parts of competitions
PEOPLE [C, U] one of the groups that people are divided into according to their physical characteristics
ırk
people of many different racesRace and ethnicityRacial issues
FOR POWER [C] a situation in which people compete against each other for power or control
yarış, rekâbet, çekişme, yarışma
the race for governorCompetitions, and parts of competitions
the races an event when horses race against each other
at yarışları
Competitions, and parts of competitions
→  See also the human race , the rat race , a race against time/the clock
Translations of “race”
in Arabic سِباق, عِرْق…
in Korean 경주, 인종…
in Malaysian perlumbaan…
in French course…
in Italian gara, corsa, razza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 比賽, 賽跑,速度競賽, 競爭…
in Russian гонка, состязание, раса…
in Polish wyścig, rasa, walka…
in Vietnamese cuộc đua…
in Spanish carrera…
in Portuguese corrida, raça…
in Thai การแข่งขัน…
in German das Rennen…
in Catalan cursa, raça…
in Japanese 競走, 競争, レース…
in Indonesian pacuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 比赛, 赛跑,速度竞赛, 竞争…
(Definition of race noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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