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N-COUNT （速度）比赛；竞赛 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.
VERB 参赛;与…比赛 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.
N-PLURAL 赛马会 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.
N-COUNT 竞争;角逐 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...
The race is on to build up membership fast.
N-VAR 人种；种族 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...
Discrimination by employers on the grounds of race and nationality was illegal.
VERB 赶奔；疾走 If you race somewhere, you go there as quickly as possible.
He raced across town to the State House building...
The hares raced away out of sight.
VERB （向某种状态或位置）急速发展，快速移动 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?...
American economic growth raced ahead.
VERB 使（动物或车辆）参赛 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.
VERB （尤指在面临困难或危险时大脑）飞速运转 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...
Already her mind was racing ahead to the hundred and one things she had to do...
VERB （心脏因兴奋或害怕）快速搏动，剧烈跳动 If your heart races, it beats very quickly because you are excited or afraid.
Her heart raced uncontrollably.
PHRASE 与时间赛跑;争分夺秒 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.