race

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
race

Plural
races

  1. A race is when people compete to see who is the fastest at either driving or running.
    There was a race to see who could finish first.
  2. A race is a group of people that come from the same place and have similar traditions.
  3. A race is a group of people with the same physical characteristics, such as skin color, hair color and type, etc.
    There were three different races at the school; Blacks, Whites, and Asians

Verb[change]

Plain form
race

Third-person singular
races

Past tense
raced

Past participle
raced

Present participle
racing

  1. (transitive) When a person races, he competes with other people to see who can go the fastest.
    Tom was hungry, so he raced George down to the ice cream truck.