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Noun
The way in which something progresses or develops
“He vows to defy the logic of time and arrange the course of history according to his liking.”
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The route or direction followed by a ship, aircraft, road, or river
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“The bus would bump along the rough coast road, charting a course due north.”
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An amount of time or a particular time interval during which something happens
“Calls from potential clients continued to come in during the course of the day.”
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A series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification
“He even enrolled in a public speaking course and dropped out before it started.”
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A dish, or a set of dishes served together, forming one of the successive parts of a meal
“It's unfortunate that you're still hungry because this is the final course of our meal for the evening.”
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A series of repeated treatments or doses of medication
“You may experience a negative reaction after the first course of treatment, though probably not thereafter.”
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A procedure adopted to deal with a situation
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“Unfortunately, there is a high chance of adverse repercussions regardless of which course is pursued.”
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An area of land set aside and prepared for racing, golf, or another sport
“Have you ever tried to play golf on a course where there were more than a few annoying insects?”
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A continuous horizontal layer of brick, stone, or other material in a wall
“One face of the double-sided fireplace features a course of red bricks.”
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A trip or a set amount of traveling
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A steady, continuous stream or supply of something
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A number of similar or related events, objects, or people coming one after another
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The object or goal of something
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A general meaning or character
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A short period
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An area of life a person has experienced including their careers, and position within society
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The ability to cope with difficult situations, or unusual problems
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A period or term of six months
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Articles or apprenticeship
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An act of hunting wild animals or game
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The way in which one conducts themselves relative to social norms
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A large room or building for indoor sports
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Path down a ski hill
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Training course
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A category having attributes in common while differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality
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The devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject
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A small, narrow river
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A competition where the fastest wins
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The right to enter
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A flat dish, typically circular and made of china, from which food is eaten or served
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To move (quickly) without obstruction
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“Fresh water would course down my throat, instantly alleviating my thirst.”
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To make one's way through, across, or over
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“The bounding steed would course the dusty plain.”
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(of game) To go after or on the track of
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“The boys of Anselm's household kept dogs to course for hares.”
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To move or proceed smoothly and readily
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To move continuously or freely through a closed system or area
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