- [U][C]人种,种族 any of the main group into which human beings can be divided according to their physical type
- [C](速度)比赛,赛跑; 竞争 a competition in speed; competition
- vt. & vi. 和…比速度; (使)参加比赛 compete in a race (against); (cause an animal or vehicle to) run a race
- vt. & vi. (使)快速移动 (cause to) move or go very fast; rush
"the race for the presidency"
a contest of speed;
"the race is to the swift"
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"
(biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species
the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
a canal for a current of water
"He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"
"The cars raced down the street"
compete in a race;
"he is running the Marathon this year"
"let's race and see who gets there first"
to work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others;
"We are racing to find a cure for AIDS"
cause to move fast or to rush or race;
"The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze"
- Every morning he spent two hours training for the race.
- We are all involved in a rat race, whether we want to be or not.
- The Chinese belong to the yellow race.
- He is against race prejudice.
- He is a man of noble race.
- I'll race you to the bus stop.
- Eight horses will race for the cup.
- The various races are not sharply separated.
- Race was a matter of importance to him.
- The students sat in at the administrative building to protest against discrimination of race.
- The human race is hammering at an economic problem.
- The human race and animals could have been getting along well together.
- Which race does the plant fall under?
- Three fast runners entered the race, but Jim beat them all hollow.
- He is determined to stick out the race even if he finishes last.
- Bill burned himself out in the first part of the race and could not finish.
- The crowd cheered the runners on as they started on the last lap of the race.
- Six students from No. 14 Middle School entered for the race.
- Fifty competitors have entered for the spring long-distance race.
- We attempted a race.
- Have they announced when the race will begin?
- He gambled all his winning on the last race.
- Jim bore off most of the prizes at the races.
- Jim carried off most of the prizes at the races.
- It's been billed as the race of the year.
- We thought the horse would win, but he fell behind halfway through the race.
- Eight boats entered for the race.
- They gambled on the result of a race.
- His race is nearly run.
- He entered the mayoral race.
- We will have a race for monitor tomorrow.
- The race for president has finished.
- He's a very good swimmer and often races.
- The children raced towards me.
- He jumped into his car and raced back home.
- Ships raced along on the river.
- Several days raced by.
- The motor engine raced before it was shut off.
- Let's race to see what is happening.
- My horse has hurt his toe so I can't race him.
- Some medieval towns raced donkeys or buffaloes.
- I'll race you home.
- He raced his car across the desert.
- Don't race the engine while it's cold.
- a race against time
和时间赛跑 desperate effort to do or finish sth before a certain time
- in the race
有希望的 having hope
- out of race
- race with
同…比赛 competing in speed
- win the race
在赛跑中取胜 win in run
- race against (v.+prep.)
争抢时间; 不得不迅速地行事 have to do sth quickly; be forced to hurry
race against sb/sth
I'll race against you to get home first.
He is a famous runner, and has raced against some of the best people in the world.
The farmers were racing against the rainy season, trying to gather in the summer crops.
农民们正赶在雨季到来之前抢收夏熟作物。race sth against sth
He raced his bicycle against a motorcar.
他骑自行车与汽车比赛速度。race against time/the clock
I don't like racing against time; I would rather do my work carefully and well.
We are racing against time to build up our country.
Doctors raced against the clock to save his life.
If you got up earlier you wouldn't spend half the morning racing against the clock.
- race through (v.+prep.)
(使)匆忙地阅过 (cause to) hurry to complete sth
race through sth
Don't race through the list like that, read each name carefully.
不要那样匆忙地念名单,要仔细地念出每个名字。race sth through sth
The government raced the new law through all its stages so as to complete it before the election.
- race to (v.+prep.)
快速地把…送到… deliver sb/sth to sth/sb
race to sth
She raced to the door.
她快跑到门口。race sb/sth to sth
He raced me to the station in his car.
We raced the sick woman to hospital.
He raced the manuscript to the printers.
- race up (v.+adv.)
迅速上升 rise very quickly; hurry to the top
The cost of living had been racing up in the past year.
We had just settled into autumn when the temperature raced up to summer conditions again.
- race with (v.+prep.)
同…比赛 compete in speed; move at full speed against sb
race with sb
He raced with that runner for a prize.
- advocate the race 提倡竞争
- avoid the race 避免竞争
- begin a race 开始竞赛
- carry on race 进行竞赛
- compete in a race 参加赛跑
- curb the race 抑制竞争
- defy the race 蔑视竞争,向竞争挑战
- drive a race 推动竞赛
- encounter the race 遭遇竞争
- enter a race 参加竞赛
- face the race 面临竞争
- fix up a race 安排比赛
- get into the race with 与…竞赛
- go to the race 去看赛跑
- have a race 进行一场比赛
- hold a race 举行一场比赛
- intensify the race 加强竞争
- lead in the race 跑在前头,领先
- lose a race 输掉比赛
- meet the race 迎向竞争
- offer the race 提出竞争
- organize a race 组织比赛
- promote the race 促进竞争
- provide the race 提供竞赛
- renew the race 重新比赛
- row a race 参加划船比赛
- run a race 推动比赛
- scratch a race 退出比赛
- sharpen the race 使竞争激化
- stage a race 举行比赛
- stand in the race with sb 与某人竞争
- stop a race 停止比赛
- survive the race 在竞争中生存
- undercut the race 削价竞争
- undersell the race 削价竞争
- win a race 比赛获胜
- black race 黑种人
- human race 人类
- master race 优秀民族
- white race 白种人
- yellow race 黄种人
- the Argan race 雅利安人种
- the Caucasian race 高加索人种
- the Hebrew race 希伯来人种
- bitter race 激烈的竞争
- close race 不相上下的比赛
- congressional race 国会竞选
- even race 势均力敌的比赛
- fair race 公平的竞争
- fierce race 激烈的竞争
- formidable race 激烈的竞争
- free race 自由竞争
- friendly race 友谊赛
- great race 大规模的竞争
- healthy race 正当的竞争
- hotly-contested race 竞争激烈的比赛
- international race 国际竞争
- keen race 激烈的竞争
- obstacle race 越障碍物比赛
- open race 公开赛
- political race 政治竞争
- ruinous race 两败俱伤的比赛
- severe race 激烈的竞争
- sharp race 激烈的竞争
- spirited race 激烈的竞争
- stiff race 激烈的竞争
- straight race 全力以赴的竞赛
- strong race 激烈的竞争
- unfair race 不公正的竞争
- unfettered race 自由竞争
- unscrupulous race 肆无忌惮的竞争
- acceleration race 汽车短程加速赛
- arms race 军备竞赛
- automobile race 汽车赛
- boat race 划船比赛
- car race 汽车赛
- dog race 赛狗
- footrace 赛跑
- horse race 赛马
- motor race 汽车赛
- motorcycle race 摩托车赛
- rat race 激烈的竞争
- relay race 接力赛
- space race 空间竞争
- governor's race 州长竞选
- race horse 赛马
- train sb for a race 训练某人赛跑
- race against 和…比赛
- race against time 争取时间
- race between… 之间的竞赛
- race between two schools 校际比赛
- race for president 总统竞选
- race of life 人生的历程
- race on foot 竞走比赛
- race awkwardly 笨拙地移动
- race courageously 勇敢地参加比赛
- race feverishly 热情地参加比赛
- race gloriously 辉煌地参加比赛
- race greedily 渴望参加比赛
- race lawlessly 无法无天地参加比赛
- race spectacularly 壮观地参加比赛
- race tirelessly 孜孜不倦地参加比赛
- race about 四处走动
- race by 跑过去
- race up 向上跑,急剧上升
Eddies and races..can become..violent.出自：Lifeboat
The faded race of fallen leaves.出自： Sir W. Scott
Writers to the papers are..a race on their own.出自： Jo Grimond
Aragorn raced down the..slope.出自： Tolkien
The creek raced beside them..towards the..sea.出自： M. Shadbolt
An ambulance..turned about..and raced off.出自： J. M. Coetzee
- race作“(速度)比赛,赛跑”解时,常与介词against, with等连用,是可数名词。引申可作“竞争”解。
- race, nation, people, state, tribe
- The story is about the Indian nations in the western United States.这个故事是关于美国西部印第安民族的。
- Schools will help to civilize the wild tribes there.学校将有助于使那儿的野蛮部落文明化。
- In our country, the people are protected by the state.在我国,人民受国家的保护。
- That country is now an independent state.那个国家现在是个独立的国家。
- They believed that the state was “above class distinctions”.他们认为国家是“超乎阶级区分之上”的。
- They will discuss giving further help to the oppressed peoples.他们将讨论给予被压迫民族更多援助。
- race, competition, contest, emulation
- Competition between business firms keeps prices down.商业公司之间的竞争使价格下降。
- At the Olympic Games our representatives were in competition with the best swimmers from all parts of the world.我们的代表队在奥运会上与世界各地的最佳游泳选手角逐。
- The workers in this factory work hard in emulation of the workers in other factories.这工厂的工人努力工作以赶超其他厂的工人。
- The young man worked hard in emulation of his famous father.这位年轻人努力工作,要迎头赶上他出名的父亲。
- The newspaper is now running an enormous scenario contest.这家报纸正在举办大型电影剧本创作竞赛。
- He won the contest for the deputy leadership.他在副手竞争中获胜。
- race against, race with
- 这两个短语都有“同…赛跑”的意思,接人时两者可互换,用against更强调对抗性,用with则指参加一般的比赛。另外,“与时间赛跑”只能说race against time〔the clock〕。
- race, gallop, run
- race指与他人比较走得快慢,强调速度上的比赛; gallop多指马全速奔跑,也可指人飞快地跑; run指以一定的速度跑。例如:
- I'll race you to the end of the road.我和你比赛,看谁先跑到这路的尽头。
- Don't bother galloping after the bus, you'll never catch it.别费劲去追赶那辆公共汽车了,你怎么也赶不上的。
- I used to run when I was in middle school.我在中学的时候常常跑步。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自古北欧语的ras，意为跑，冲。