any of the main group into which human beings can be divided according to their physical type
a competition in speed; competition
compete in a race (against); (cause an animal or vehicle to) run a race
(cause to) move or go very fast; rush
"the race for the presidency"
"the race is to the swift"
"some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings"
"He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"
"The cars raced down the street"
"he is running the Marathon this year"
"let's race and see who gets there first"
"We are racing to find a cure for AIDS"
"The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze"
Eddies and races..can become..violent.
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.
The creek raced beside them..towards the..sea.
出自： M. Shadbolt
An ambulance..turned about..and raced off.
出自： J. M. Coetzee
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.
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.
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.
We had just settled into autumn when the temperature raced up to summer conditions again.