racing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yarış

Gözde yarış oyunun nedir? - What's your favorite racing game?

Bütün parasını at yarışına harcamayacak kadar akıllı. - He knows better than to spend all his money on horse racing.

{i} at yarışları
{i} koşma
yarışma

Tom on üç yaşında yarışmaya başladı. - Tom started racing at the age of thirteen.

yarışıyor
race
yarışmak

Cidden benimle yarışmak istiyor musun? - Do you seriously want to race me?

race
ırk

Dünyada birçok farklı ırk vardır. - There are many different races in the world.

İşverenler ırkları, dinleri, etnik kökenleri, deri renkleri, cinsiyetleri, yaşları, medeni durumları, engellilikleri ya da cinsel yönelimleri nedeniyle işçileri işe almayı reddemezler. - Employers cannot refuse to hire workers because of their race, religion, ethnic origin, skin colour, sex, age, marital status, disability or sexual orientation.

race
koşu

Hiç ekstra küçüklükte koşu gömleğiniz var mı? - Do you have any race shirts in extra small?

Bakın, benim sahip olduklarım sadece bu iki kale, yüz hektar arazi, altı araba, dört yüz baş sığır ve yirmi koşu atı... - You see, I've got only these two castles, one hundred hectares of land, six cars, four hundreds heads of cattle and twenty racer horses...

race
yarış

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, aya yarışı kazandı. - The United States had won the race to the moon.

Yüz elli kişi maraton yarışına girdi. - One hundred and fifty people entered the marathon race.

racing boat
yarış botu
racing car
yarış arabası
racing circuit
yarış alanı
racing circuit
yarış pisti
racing cyclist
bisiklet yarışçısı
racing driver
araba yarışçısı
racing form
form yarış
racing track
yarış
racing circuit
parkur
racing driver
otomobil yarışçısı
racing man
yarış meraklısı
race
soy

İnsan ırkı bile bir gün soyu tükenmiş olacak. - Even the human race will become extinct one day.

race
acele ile yapmak
race
anasoy
race
{i} familya
race
atı dörtnala koşturmak
race
dörtnala koşturmak
race
kök

İşverenler ırkları, dinleri, etnik kökenleri, deri renkleri, cinsiyetleri, yaşları, medeni durumları, engellilikleri ya da cinsel yönelimleri nedeniyle işçileri işe almayı reddemezler. - Employers cannot refuse to hire workers because of their race, religion, ethnic origin, skin colour, sex, age, marital status, disability or sexual orientation.

race
budun
race
yuva
race
(aracı) hızlı sürmek
race
hızlı gitmek
race
sülale
race
müsabaka
race
yatak
race
kavim
horse racing
at yarışı

Tom da at yarışını sever. - Tom also likes horse racing.

Hatoyama at yarışında kumar oynayarak ailesini desteklediğini söylüyor. - Hatoyama says that he supports his family by gambling on horse racing.

race
{i} at yarışı

O dürbünüyle at yarışı izledi. - He watched the horse race with his binoculars.

Tom at yarışında asla yenilmemekle övünüyor. - Tom boasts of never having been defeated in a horse race.

race
su akıntısı
race
yetiştirmek
race
çok hızlı götürmek
race
çok hızlı gitmek
race
(ç.) at yarışı
race
(motor) fazla hızlı çalışmak
race
seğirtmek
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing
NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Racing), Dünya’nın en heyecanlı motorsporları dallarından birisidir. Bu dalda 43 pilot oval pistlerde 200-500 turlardan oluşan 36 yarışlık bir sezonda mücadele eder. Diğer motorsporlarının aksine, NASCAR’da geçişler çok fazladır ve bir yarışta birçok kez lider değişir, diğer serilere tercih edilmesinin en büyük sebebi de budur. Amerika Birleşik Devletlerinde Amerikan futbolundan sonra en çok izlenen spordur
horse racing
at yarısı
horse-racing
at yarışı
motor racing
Motorlu araçların, özellikle arabaların yarıştığı spor
oval racing
The racing held on the motorsport circuit iş referred to as 'oval racing', and iş a type of motorsport, primarily American, that involves running multiple cars wheel-to-wheel in a race around the track
pulce racing
nabız yükseltmek
race
(Mühendislik) Rulman iç bileziği , rulman bilyasının temasettiği iç taraftaki alan
race
ırklar
race
rastlanır
stock-car racing
Küçük kasa otomobillerle elips biçiminde, toprak bir pistte yapılan araba yarışı
dog racing
{i} köpek yarışı

Köpek yarışını izlemekten hoşlanırım. - I enjoy watching dog racing.

dog racing
(isim) köpek yarışı
greyhound racing
tazı yarışı
race
hayat

Tom'un hayatta büyük bir hırsı vardı. O bir yarış arabası sürücüsü olmaktı. - Tom had one big ambition in life. That was to become a race car driver.

Fadıl'ın hayatını kurtarmak için zamana karşı bir yarıştı. - It was a race against the clock to save Fadil's life.

race
{f} hızlı akmak
race
bu oluktan hızla akan su
race
(isim) ırk, döl, soy, nesil, cins, tür, familya, sınıf, tad (şarap), yarış, koşu, at yarışı, mücâdele, akıntı, ömür, hayat, yuva (makine)
race
{f} hızlı çalışmak (motor)
race
{i} tad (şarap)
race
{i} döl
race
ırk,v.yarış: n.yarış
race
{f} (atı) dörtnala koşturmak; (aracı) hızlı sürmek. 4
race
{f} yarışa sokmak
race
ömür
race
{i} sınıf
race
{f} yarıştırmak
race
fazla hızlı işlemek ma-
race
hareket eden bir makina parçası yatağı
race
{i} mücâdele

O, kayak yarışlarında mücadele ediyor. - He competes in ski races.

race
{i} yuva (makine)
race
(İnşaat) (bearing) bilezik zarf, kafes (rulman)
race
yarış etmek
race
seğirtme
race
nesil
race
tür
race
{f} hızlı gitmek; koşmak
race
suyun bentten değirmene aktığı oluk veya geçit
race
cins

İşverenler ırkları, dinleri, etnik kökenleri, deri renkleri, cinsiyetleri, yaşları, medeni durumları, engellilikleri ya da cinsel yönelimleri nedeniyle işçileri işe almayı reddemezler. - Employers cannot refuse to hire workers because of their race, religion, ethnic origin, skin colour, sex, age, marital status, disability or sexual orientation.

thoroughbred horse racing
safkan at yarışı
İngilizce - İngilizce
the sport of engaging in contests of speed
RACE RESULTS
The use of one or more vehicles in an attempt to out-gain, out-distance or prevent another vehicle from passing, to arrive at a given destination ahead of another vehicle or vehicles, or to test the physical stamina or endurance of drivers over long distance driving routes
{i} participation in contests of speed; running, jogging
Racing refers to races between animals, especially horses, or between vehicles. Mr Honda was himself a keen racing driver in his younger days horse racing. designed or bred to go very fast and be used for racing
The sport of competing in races
present participle of race
from Race, v
A boat is racing from her preparatory signal until she finishes and clears the finishing line and marks or retires, or until the race committee signals a general recall, postponement or abandonment
racing certainty
Anything considered certain to happen; a sure thing
racing certainty
A racehorse considered certain to win
racing crab
any of several fast-running crabs of the family Ocypodidae
racing green
Alternative form of British racing green
racing jack
A jack with a pumping action that lifts a car very quickly
racing jacks
plural form of racing jack
racing-car
Alternative form of racing car
racing bicycle
bicycle which is specially designed to be lightweight and fast for racing
racing boat
a boat propelled by oarsmen and designed for racing
racing boat
fast war boat, patrol boat
racing car
a very fast car that is specially designed for races
racing car
small and very quick car that is used in car races
racing circuit
a racetrack for automobile races
racing gig
a light narrow racing boat for two or more oarsmen
racing skiff
a shell for a single oarsman
racing start
the start of a race
British racing green
Any of a range of dark green colours, originally associated with British racing cars
British racing greens
plural form of British racing green
auto racing
Any of various sports in which automobiles (motor cars) are raced, either around a track, on roads or across country
auto-racing
Attributive form of auto racing

auto-racing participant.

automobile racing
auto racing
automobile-racing
Attributive form of automobile racing

automobile-racing participant.

barrel racing
Present participle of barrel race
drag racing
Straight lane racing on an official racetrack
drag racing
Present participle of drag race
drag racing
Any illegal street racing
harness racing
A form of horse racing in which the horses race in a specified gait, usually pulling two-wheeled carts called sulkies
horse racing
a sport where horses and their jockeys compete to be fastest
ice racing
the sport of racing cars or other vehicles on frozen lakes or rivers
motor racing
Racing in motor vehicles, such as cars, motorboats, or motorbikes
motor-racing
Attributive form of motor racing

motor-racing participant.

race
Travels, runs, or journeys
race
A rhizome, especially of ginger
race
A large group of people distinguished from others on the basis of common, genetically linked, physical characteristics, such as skin color or hair type

Race was a significant issue during apartheid in South Africa.

race
A breed or strain of domesticated animal
race
A category or species of something that has emerged or evolved from an older one (with an implied parallel to animal breeding or evolutionary science)

Recent developments in artificial intelligence has brought about a new race of robots that can perform household chores without supervision.

race
To move or drive at high speed

Her heart was racing as she peered into the dimly lit room.

race
One of the categories from the many subcategorizations of the human species. See Wikipedia's article on historical definitions of race

The Native Americans colonized the New World in several waves from Asia, and thus they are part of the same Mongoloid race.

race
The bushings of a rolling element bearing which contacts the rolling elements
road racing
racing on roads rather than a track
street racing
illegal drag racing on public roads
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the largest sanctioning body of motorsports in the United States. The three largest racing series sanctioned by NASCAR are the NEXTEL Cup, the Busch Series and the Craftsman Truck Series. It also oversees NASCAR Regional Racing, the Whelen Modified Tour, and the Whelen All-American Series. NASCAR sanctions over 1,500 races at over 100 tracks in 39 states, Canada, and Mexico. From 1996 to 1998, NASCAR held exhibition races in Japan, and an exhibition race in Australia in 1988
f1 racing
A monthly magazine focused on Formula One racing which launched in 1996
f1 racing
Formula 1 Racing
motor racing
The sport of racing motor vehicles, especially cars
stock-car racing
Form of automobile racing. Popular in the U.S., it features cars that conform externally to standard U.S. commercial models and are raced usually on oval, paved tracks. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), founded in 1947 in Daytona Beach, Fla., gave the sport its first formal organization. The Daytona 500 is the sport's premier race
Galles Racing International
car racing team owned by Rick Galles
Grand Prix racing
{i} type of international car race
Grand Prix racing
Automobile racing in which formula cars are run on closed highways or courses that simulate road conditions. Formula cars are open-wheel, open-cockpit, rear-engine vehicles and are generally smaller than those used in speedway races such as the Indianapolis 500. Grand Prix racing began in 1906 and today comprises more than 15 major international events. Its popularity grew particularly from the 1950s, when world championships were established
Quarter-horse racing
Racing of Quarter Horses. It originated among British settlers in Virginia shortly after Jamestown was established in 1607. The course was traditionally a quarter-mile (400 m); today there are 11 officially sanctioned races, ranging from 220 to 870 yd (201 to 796 m). Timing is to the nearest .01 second
auto racing
the sport of racing automobiles
automobile racing
Sport practiced in a variety of forms on roads, tracks, or closed circuits. It includes Grand Prix racing, speedway racing (including the Indianapolis 500), stock-car racing, sports-car racing, drag racing, midget-car racing, and karting, as well as hill climbs and rally driving. The International Motor Sports Hall of Fame is located in Talladega, Ala., U.S. There is no central governing body for automobile racing in the U.S. as there is in most other countries
boat racing
the sport of racing boats
camel racing
the sport of racing camels
dog racing
a race between dogs; usually an occasion for betting on the outcome
dog racing
{i} race between dogs
dogsled racing
Sport of racing sleds pulled by dogs over snow-covered cross-country courses. It developed from a traditional Eskimo method of transportation. Modern sleds are usually of wood (ash) construction, with leather lashings and steel-or aluminum-covered runners. Sled dogs are usually Eskimo dogs, Siberian huskies, Samoyeds, or Alaskan malamutes; teams typically consist of 4-10 dogs. The course is usually 12-30 mi (19-48 km) long, though some, including the Iditarod, are considerably longer
drag racing
Form of motor racing in which two contestants race side by side from a standing start over a straight quarter-mile strip of pavement. Winners go on to compete against others in their class until only one is left undefeated. There are three main classes of vehicle: (1) the Top Fuel Eliminator (called a "rail" or "slingshot"), a lightweight, long-chassied vehicle with wide rear tires that is fueled by a special mixture, such as methanol and nitromethane; (2) the "funny car," a high-performance copy of a late-model production car that uses special fuel; and (3) the standard production car, a modified version of a gasoline-powered production car. The Top Fuel class is the fastest, followed by the funny car. Drag racing is most popular in the U.S
flat racing
Flat racing is horse racing which does not involve jumping over fences. horse racing without any fences on flat ground steeplechase
greyhound racing
the sport of racing greyhounds
harness racing
Horse-racing sport. In harness racing, Standardbred horses are harnessed to lightweight, two-wheeled, bodiless (seat-only) vehicles known as sulkies. The sport's origins date to ancient chariot races. Today two types of horses are used, trotters and pacers. The former employ a gait in which the legs move in diagonal pairs, the latter a gait in which the legs move in lateral pairs. Since the establishment of pari-mutuel racing under lights in the 1940s, the sport has grown tremendously in popularity
horse racing
Horse racing is a sport in which horses ridden by people called jockeys run in races, sometimes jumping over fences. a sport in which horses with riders race against each other flat racing, steeplechase steeplechase, jockey jockey. Sport of running horses at speed. Typically, Thoroughbreds are raced with a rider astride and Standardbreds with the horse pulling a conveyance with a driver. Though racing has an ancient lineage, the first regularly organized national races were established in England under Charles II (r. 1660-85), and the first in North America were held on Long Island in 1665. These early races were match events between two or three horses and were run in heats; a horse had to complete at least two heats to be judged the winner. By the mid-18th century, larger fields of runners and single-race "dash" events were the norm. Handicap racing emerged in the mid-18th century as well, as gambling came to be a standard part of horse racing. Pari-mutuel betting was instituted in the 20th century. Thoroughbred racing, conducted on a flat, elliptical, mile-long track, attracts the largest purses, followed by harness racing and quarter-horse racing. The most important U.S. Thoroughbred races are the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes. See also steeplechase
horse racing
the sport of racing horses
hydroplane racing
racing in high-speed motor boats
motor racing
the sport of racing fast cars on a special track
motorcycle racing
Sport of running motorcycles on tracks, closed circuits, or natural terrain. The main types are (1) road racing, conducted on a course made up wholly or partly of public roads; (2) trials, conducted both on and off the highway; (3) speedway racing, conducted on a short, flat, oval dirt track; (4) drag racing, conducted on a straight quarter-mile strip of pavement; (5) hill climbs, conducted on a large dirt mound; and (6) motocross. The first international road race took place in Douran, France, in 1905. The most famous race is the Tourist Trophy, established on Britain's Isle of Man in 1907. Motorcycle racing in North America began in 1903; since 1937 the Daytona 200-mi (320-km) race has been the leading U.S. race
motorcycle racing
{i} sport of racing motorcycles on tracks
race
If your heart races, it beats very quickly because you are excited or afraid. Her heart raced uncontrollably. see also racing
race
A race consists of one or more events, generally on one day One race may have a 10k run, 5k run and 1mi fun/run (each of which is an event)
race
Hence, characteristic quality or disposition
race
A strong or rapid current of water, or the channel or passage for such a current; a powerful current or heavy sea, sometimes produced by the meeting of two tides; as, the Portland Race; the Race of Alderney
race
any competition; "the race for the presidency"
race
Research in Advanced Communications Experiment
race
African American Persons who reported their race as African American, Afro-American, Black or Negro, Black Puerto Rican, Jamaican, Nigerian, West Indian, or Haitian and who reported they were not of Hispanic origin Asian and Pacific Islander Persons who reported their race as Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, "Other Asian," or one of the Pacific Islander groups, and who reported they were not of Hispanic origin Other Non-Hispanic Persons who reported their race as American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, or "Other" entries not elsewhere classified, and who reported they were not of Hispanic origin White Non-Hispanic Persons who reported their race as "White" or reported entries such as Canadian, German, Italian, Lebanese, Near Easterner, Arab, or Polish; and who reported they were not of Hispanic origin
race
The offender's race
race
a canal for a current of water
race
Receive-any control element A type of control field held in the CICS receive-any pool set aside for VTAM receive-any operations
race
A race is a competition to see who is the fastest, for example in running, swimming, or driving. The women's race was won by the American, Patti Sue Plumer
race
Many horses run in a race
race
people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock; "some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings"
race
A race is a situation in which people or organizations compete with each other for power or control. The race for the White House begins in earnest today see also arms race, rat race
race
The older classification of humans according to physical characteristics, such as shape of head, color of skin, hair patterns, body structure and so on Now considered scientifically ineffective
race
Royal Automobile Club de l'Espana
race
Company; herd; breed
race
Of a motor, to run rapidly when not engaged to a transmission
race
A variety of such fixed character that it may be propagated by seed
race
swift progress; rapid course; a running
race
A very rapid current through a comparatively narrow channel
race
A population geographically separated from others of its species that develops significantly different characteristics; informal for subspecies
race
You describe a situation as a race against time when you have to work very fast in order to do something before a particular time, or before another thing happens. An air force spokesman said the rescue operation was a race against time. A promontory of southeast Newfoundland, Canada, on the coast of the Avalon Peninsula. Term once commonly used in physical anthropology to denote a division of humankind possessing traits that are transmissible by descent and sufficient to characterize it as a distinct human type (e.g., Caucasoid, Mongoloid, Negroid). Today the term has little scientific standing, as older methods of differentiation, including hair form and body measurement, have given way to the comparative analysis of DNA and gene frequencies relating to such factors as blood typing, the excretion of amino acids, and inherited enzyme deficiencies. Because all human populations today are extremely similar genetically, most researchers have abandoned the concept of race for the concept of the cline, a graded series of differences occurring along a line of environmental or geographical transition. This reflects the recognition that human populations have always been in a state of flux, with genes constantly flowing from one gene pool to another, impeded only by physical or ecological boundaries. While relative isolation does preserve genetic differences and allow populations to maximally adapt to climatic and disease factors over long periods of time, all groups currently existing are thoroughly "mixed" genetically, and such differences as still exist do not lend themselves to simple typologizing. "Race" is today primarily a sociological designation, identifying a class sharing some outward physical characteristics and some commonalities of culture and history. See also climatic adaptation, ethnic group, racism. Chicago Race Riot of 1919 East Saint Louis Race Riot Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race relay race automobile racing dogsled racing drag racing Grand Prix racing harness racing horse racing motorcycle racing Quarter horse racing sports car racing stock car racing
race
{f} participate in a contest of speed (i.e. running, driving, cycling)
race
step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
race
to work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others; "We are racing to find a cure for AIDS"
race
If you race, you take part in a race. In the 10 years I raced in Europe, 30 drivers were killed They may even have raced each other -- but not regularly
race
à biotype
race
A channel or guide along which a shuttle is driven back and forth, as in a loom, sewing machine, etc
race
The descendants of a common ancestor; a family, tribe, people, or nation, believed or presumed to belong to the same stock; a lineage; a breed
race
To take part in a race (in the sense of a contest)
race
a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift"
race
Race of the reference person of the consumer unit Families are included in two racial groups; black and "white and other " The "other" group comprises such races as Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, Asians, and Pacific Islanders
race
the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
race
The U S Department of Education's classification taxonomy includes: Black Non-Hispanic (African American), American Indian/Alaskan Native (Native American), Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic, and White Non-Hispanic
race
Esp
race
A large group of people distinguished from others on the basis of a common heritage
race
1 A very strong tidal current created with two tides of a different strength meet; 2 One of a series of competitive boat races in a regatta
race
A root
race
very rapid current through a comparatively narrow channel
race
The population is divided into five groups on the basis of race: White, Black, American Indian/Aleut Eskimo, Asian or Pacific Islander and Other races beginning with March 1989 The last category includes any other race except the four mentioned In most of the published tables, "Other Races'' are shown in total population
race
Peculiar flavor, taste, or strength, as of wine; that quality, or assemblage of qualities, which indicates origin or kind, as in wine; hence, characteristic flavor; smack
race
a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift" any competition; "the race for the presidency" people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock; "some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings" compete in a race; "he is running the Marathon this year"; "let's race and see who gets there first" cause to move fast or to rush or race; "The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze" to work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others; "We are racing to find a cure for AIDS
race
Competitive action of any kind, especially when prolonged; hence, career; course of life
race
A progress; a course; a movement or progression
race
cause to move fast or to rush or race; "The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze"
race
To cause to contend in a race; to drive at high speed; as, to race horses
race
If your mind races, or if thoughts race through your mind, you think very fast about something, especially when you are in a difficult or dangerous situation. I made sure I sounded calm but my mind was racing Bits and pieces of the past raced through her mind
race
A progressive movement toward a goal
race
(1) Production of undesirable output sequences in response to change in circuit inputs (2) A logic condition where signals arrive at the same time
race
"a classification that is not typically chosen but instead assigned by others; defined most often by physical characteristics" (McNergney & Herbert, 1998, p 552)
race
A position in which it is no longer possible for either player to hit or block the other, as compared to a position of contact The relative standing of the players' pip counts A player with a lower pip count is said to be ahead in the race
race
A contest between people, animals, vehicles, etc. where the goal is to be the first to reach some objective. Several horses run in a horse race, and the first one to reach the finishing post wins; in an arms race several countries each try to acquire more powerful weapons than any other
race
A game, match, etc
race
One of the categories from the many subcategorizations of the human species
race
This refers to each distinct side in an RTS game Usually, two races are pitted against each other, e g humans vs aliens, Romans vs Vikings, Round Robots vs Square Robots The usual convention is to have a number of different groups that play very differently, whilst still giving everyone a balanced game
race
A subjective term used to distinguish groups of people but not necessarily to denote biological or physical differences In the 2000 Census, respondents selected the race or races with which they most closely identified; it was the first census that allowed respondents to select more than one racial category As defined by the Office of Management and Budget, the racial categories in the 2000 Census were: White, Black/African-American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, and “Some other race ”
race
to work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others; "We are racing to find a cure for AIDS
race
The current of water that turns a water wheel, or the channel in which it flows; a mill race
race
If you race somewhere, you go there as quickly as possible. He raced across town to the State House building
race
To run swiftly; to contend in a race; as, the animals raced over the ground; the ships raced from port to port
race
open only to losers in early stages of contests
race
The races are a series of horse races that are held in a particular place on a particular day. People go to watch and to bet on which horse will win. The high point of this trip was a day at the races
race
compete in a race; "he is running the Marathon this year"; "let's race and see who gets there first"
race
The primary taxonomic category of which the individual identifies himself or herself as a member, or of which the parent identifies the child as a member
race
A fast moving current of water
race
(biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species
race
A rhizome (esp. of ginger)
race
If you race a vehicle or animal, you prepare it for races and make it take part in races. He still raced sports cars as often as he could
race
Sharpness of a wine
race
To run too fast at times, as a marine engine or screw, when the screw is lifted out of water by the action of a heavy sea
race
A race is one of the major groups which human beings can be divided into according to their physical features, such as the colour of their skin. The College welcomes students of all races, faiths, and nationalities see also human race, race relations
race
To raze
race
A self classification by people according to the biological heritage with which they most closely identify Race as used by the Bureau of the Census generally adheres to guidelines in Federal Statistical Directive No 15, as issued by the U S Office of Management and Budget
race
Str Int Wis Dex Con
race
{i} contest of speed; descent, heritage
race
A population, or group, of human beings who share the same physical traits, such as hair, eye and skin color
race
If something races towards a particular state or position, it moves very fast towards that state or position. Do they realize we are racing towards complete economic collapse?
race
To run a race with
race
Hence: The act or process of running in competition; a contest of speed in any way, as in running, riding, driving, skating, rowing, sailing; in the plural, usually, a meeting for contests in the running of horses; as, he attended the races
slot racing
The racing of slot cars.slot racer n
sports-car racing
Form of motor racing involving small, two-passenger automobiles. The cars are designed for quick response, easy maneuverability, and high-speed driving. Unlike the cars used in Grand Prix racing, the sports car is usually series-produced, seldom handmade, and the reputation of the car maker (Porsche, Jaguar, etc.) is thus put at stake. The most famous international sports-car race is that at Le Mans, France
thoroughbred racing
the sport of racing thoroughbred horses
racing

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    ... little racing games as a kid. ...
    ... I don't know if you remember the little slot car racing ...

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