course, course of study, course of instruction, class(noun)
education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings
"he took a course in basket weaving"; "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
path, form, family, program, stratum, grade, division, programme, year, class, course of instruction, course of study, trend, socio-economic class, syllabus, social class, line, row, track, curriculum, course of action, category
a connected series of events or actions or developments
"the government took a firm course"; "historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available"
billet, short letter, assembly line, crease, melodic phrase, argumentation, railway line, argument, bloodline, pedigree, product line, parentage, melodic line, rail line, channel, blood, contrast, business line, row, job, phone line, line of products, course of action, line of credit, occupation, credit line, grade, cable, personal line of credit, form, line of reasoning, pipeline, descent, demarcation, stemma, course of study, communication channel, bank line, agate line, path, line of work, dividing line, stock, business, trend, furrow, lineage, wrinkle, line of merchandise, note, origin, personal credit line, tune, class, line, line of descent, melody, telephone circuit, line of business, air, blood line, course of instruction, transmission line, strain, telephone line, seam, crinkle, production line, subscriber line, ancestry, track, logical argument
general line of orientation
"the river takes a southern course"; "the northeastern trend of the coast"
course, course of action(noun)
a mode of action
"if you persist in that course you will surely fail"; "once a nation is embarked on a course of action it becomes extremely difficult for any retraction to take place"
path, track, course(noun)
a line or route along which something travels or moves
"the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
path, data track, form, rail, row, route, grade, runway, raceway, racecourse, cart track, caterpillar track, way, caterpillar tread, cut, course of instruction, course of study, trend, way of life, rails, trail, line, lead, class, track, itinerary, cartroad, course of action, racetrack, running
class, form, grade, course(noun)
a body of students who are taught together
"early morning classes are always sleepy"
category, ground level, figure, tier, flesh, frame, stratum, mark, kind, track, chassis, social class, physical body, grad, soma, row, course of action, score, human body, division, level, socio-economic class, grade, manikin, sort, form, mannikin, mannequin, conformation, phase, course of study, family, word form, trend, path, cast, gradation, configuration, class, variant, degree, pattern, bod, year, signifier, shape, descriptor, line, course of instruction, variety, strain, anatomy, physique, contour, var., material body, manakin, build
part of a meal served at one time
"she prepared a three course meal"
(construction) a layer of masonry
"a course of bricks"
facility consisting of a circumscribed area of land or water laid out for a sport
"the course had only nine holes"; "the course was less than a mile"
move swiftly through or over
"ships coursing the Atlantic"
run, flow, feed, course(verb)
move along, of liquids
"Water flowed into the cave"; "the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi"
operate, feed in, hunt, fly the coop, work, scat, run away, move, turn tail, eat, flux, range, run, guide, function, lead, lam, flow, melt down, track down, break away, head for the hills, extend, hunt down, endure, bunk, take to the woods, consort, execute, feed, fall, feast, bleed, carry, scarper, go, unravel, prey, lean, play, die hard, race, pass, fertilise, fertilize, run for, black market, give, persist, incline, hang, draw, hightail it, be given, prevail, campaign, tend, escape, ladder, ply, menstruate, melt
hunt with hounds
"He often courses hares"
naturally, of course, course(adverb)
as might be expected
"naturally, the lawyer sent us a huge bill"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A career was originally the ground for a race, or, especially, for a knight's charge in tournament or battle; whence career was early applied to the charge itself.
If you will use the lance, take ground for your career.... The four horsemen met in full career.
ScottQuentin Durward ch. 14, p. 194. [ D. F. & CO.]
In its figurative use career signifies some continuous and conspicuous work, usually a life-work, and most frequently one of honorable achievement. Compare BUSINESS.
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set of dishes (at a banquet)
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How to use course in a sentence?
Life is subject to change. And as life changes, you are meant to be changing along with it. But, never ever change negatively. Rather, you are expected to change positively, intellectually, mentally, attitudinally and otherwise. Yes of course, you've got to change and keep on changing like that. Because, change as a factor is meant to be continuous, permanent, and consistent. Guess what? the time for positive change is now. Yes! you heard me right, if not now when? and why later? -Emeasoba George
Of course, it's better for the community, for the fraction of the community that loves this chalk, for this chalk to still be produced, there's incredible value to this, but the value is in using it up, not hoarding it.
If someone violates anti-doping rules, then of course this person should be punished, this rule should be applied to any athlete from any country.
If the Polish parliament decides on such a solution... I of course will agree to such a solution, I am not going to argue with the will of parliament.
Of course things were tough at times, and the injury was in a different place from the last time, so the treatment and recovery were different too, which was irritating, but I was able to recover for the Olympics, which gives me confidence - and I think the final step before happiness is suffering.
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- دورة, دورات, حلقة دراسيةArabic
- ход, траектория, курс, течение, блюдо, ред, ядене, гоня, преследвам, протичамBulgarian
- itinerari, trajectòria, ruta, rumb, recorregut, curs, plat, cursar, recórrerCatalan, Valencian
- chod, kurz, průběhCzech
- gang, bane, undersejl, skifte, forløb, ret, rute, kurs, kursus, løb, jage, rulleDanish
- Kurs, Lauf, Gang, Bahn, Strecke, fließen, verfolgenGerman
- ruta, curso, plato, trayectoria, rumbo, correr, perseguirSpanish
- rata, kulku, tiilivarvi, lentorata, reitti, varvi, kurssi, ruokalajiFinnish
- parcours, cours, plat, trajectoire, parcourirFrench
- iùlScottish Gaelic
- útirány, irány, kurzus, téglasor, haladás, tanfolyam, folyamat, fogás, röppálya, folyásHungarian
- percorso, rotta, portata, corso, traiettoria, itinerario, fila, braccare, scorrereItalian
- 航路, コース, 課程Japanese
- 과정, 코스, 항로Korean
- CoursLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- parcours, koers, loop, gerecht, gang, baan, cursusDutch
- kursNorwegian Nynorsk
- kurs, retning, skift, rute, løp, rett, baneNorwegian
- trajektoria, kurs, koryto, daniePolish
- percurso, curso, fileira, prato, trajetória, correrPortuguese
- курс, курсы, блюдо, траектория, ходRussian
- течај, jeloSerbo-Croatian
- rätt, kursSwedish
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