考研 / CET6 / CET4 /
课程; 航线; 行动方向; 一道菜
快速地流动; 奔流; 跑过; 追逐
沿…（方向）前进; 指引航线; 快跑; 迅速移动
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She'd half expected him to withdraw from the course.
He was charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
She is currently doing a business studies course at Leeds.
Except for the band members themselves, of course.
There is, of course, a privacy risk.
The why, of course, is endlessly debated.
Let's review the complete course.
I must consider giving a new course.
Your best course of action is to forget about the whole unfortunate matter.
当然(在英语口语中常用于代替 of course) Course is often used in the expression 'of course', or instead of 'of course' in informal spoken English. See 见 of course .
N-UNCOUNT (尤指船或飞机的)航向，航线，路线 The course of a vehicle, especially a ship or aircraft, is the route along which it is travelling.
Aircraft can avoid each other by going up and down, as well as by altering course to left or right...
The tug was seaward of the Hakai Passage on a course that diverged from the Calvert Island coastline.
N-COUNT 行为方式;处理方式 A course of action is an action or a series of actions that you can do in a particular situation.
My best course of action was to help Gill by being loyal, loving and endlessly sympathetic...
He must fall on his sword. That's the only course left open to him...
Vietnam is trying to decide on its course for the future.
N-SING 进程;发展的方向 You can refer to the way that events develop as, for example, the course of history or the course of events .
...a series of decisive naval battles which altered the course of history...
In the natural course of events cows would wish to be milked more than twice a day...
His adult life mirrored the downward course of his father's life.
N-COUNT (某科目的)课程，讲座 A course is a series of lessons or lectures on a particular subject.
...a course in business administration...
I'm shortly to begin a course on the modern novel.
N-COUNT 疗程 A course of medical treatment is a series of treatments that a doctor gives someone.
Treatment is supplemented with a course of antibiotics to kill the bacterium...
She went to her doctor, who offered to put her on a course of tranquillizers.
N-COUNT 一道菜 A course is one part of a meal.
usu supp N
The lunch was excellent, especially the first course.
...a three-course dinner.
N-COUNT (体育)比赛场地;高尔夫球场 In sport, a course is an area of land where races are held or golf is played, or the land over which a race takes place.
usu with supp
Only 12 seconds separated the first three riders on the Bickerstaffe course...
In July comes the Tour de France, when 200 cyclists cover a course of 2,000 miles.
N-COUNT 河道 The course of a river is the channel along which it flows.
Romantic chateaux and castles overlook the river's twisting course.
VERB 快速地流动;奔流 If a liquid courses somewhere, it flows quickly.
V prep/adv LITERARY 文
The tears coursed down his cheeks...
When you're sitting still, you need less blood coursing through your arteries.
PREP-PHRASE 在…过程中 If something happens in the course of a particular period of time, it happens during that period of time.
In the course of the 1930s steel production in Britain approximately doubled...
We struck up a conversation, in the course of which it emerged that he was a sailing man.
PHRASE 照例;自然;理所当然 If you do something as a matter of course, you do it as part of your normal work or way of life.
PHR after v
If police are carrying arms as a matter of course then doesn't it encourage criminals to carry them?
PHRASE 在正确航道(或航线)上/偏离航道(或航线) If a ship or aircraft is on course, it is travelling along the correct route. If it is off course, it is no longer travelling along the correct route.
PHR after v
The ill fated ship was sent off course into shallow waters and rammed by another vessel.
PREP-PHRASE 很可能做成;可能获得 If you are on course for something, you are likely to achieve it.
usu v-link PREP
England are well on course for a place at the World Cup Finals...
The company is on course for profits of £20m in the next financial year.
PHRASE 任其发展;听其自然 If something runs its course or takes its course, it develops naturally and comes to a natural end.
They estimated that between 17,000 and 20,000 cows would die before the epidemic had run its course...
As for the imprisoned leaders, he asserted that justice would have to take its course.
PHRASE 坚持到底 If you stay the course, you finish something that you have started, even though it has become very difficult.
The oldest president in American history had stayed the course for two terms.
PHRASE 总有一天;最后;终于 If something changes or becomes true in the course of time, it changes or becomes true over a long period of time.
PHR with cl
In the course of time, many of their myths become entangled.
The college course was then cut to three years.
The ship has altered its course.
There is an elaborate five-course meal.
The boats coursed along the west bank of the river.
The tears coursed down her cheeks.
They coursed in the forest.
1. education imparted in a series of lessons or class meetings;
- " "he took a course in basket weaving" "
- " "flirting is not unknown in college classes" "
2. 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" "
3. 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" "
4. 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" "
5. 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" "
6. general line of orientation;
- " "the river takes a southern course" "
- " "the northeastern trend of the coast" "
7. part of a meal served at one time;
- " "she prepared a three course meal" "
8. (construction) a layer of masonry;
- " "a course of bricks" "
1. move swiftly through or over;
- " "ships coursing the Atlantic" "
2. move along, of liquids;
- " "Water flowed into the cave" "
- " "the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi" "
3. hunt with hounds;
- " "He often courses hares" "
1. as might be expected;
- " "naturally, the lawyer sent us a huge bill" "
a matter of course
the course of nature
events or processes which are normal and to be expected 正常的；可预知的
each man would, in the course of nature, have his private opinions.
in course of —
undergoing the specified process 在…过程中
a new text book was in course of preparation.
during the specified period 在…期间
he was a friend to many people in the course of his life.
in the course of time
as time goes by 总有一天；终究
not following the intended route 偏离原路；偏离方向
the car went careering off course.
following the intended route 在原路上
he battled to keep the ship on course.
to get back on course, I relied on one of my stock questions.
run (或 take) its course
complete its natural development without interference 自然而然地发展；按常规进行
his illness had to run its course to the crisis.
in due course
At the proper or right time. 在合适或正好的时间
In the natural or expected order of things; naturally. 自然地：按事物自然的或预期的顺序；自然地
Without any doubt; certainly. 无疑地；当然地
Andy thought he was getting into a crib course. but it turned out to be really hard.
I don't want a full load of pipe courses. I want to learn something.
Middle English: from Old French cours, from Latin cursus, from curs- 'run', from the verb currere