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Noun: course  kors
  1. Education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings
    "he took a course in basket weaving";
    - course of study, course of instruction, class
     
  2. A connected series of events, actions or developments
    "the government took a firm course";
    - line
     
  3. General line of orientation
    "the river takes a southern course";
    - trend
     
  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";
    - course of action
     
  5. A line or route along which something travels or moves
    "the course of the river";
    - path, track
     
  6. A body of students who are taught together
    "early morning courses are always sleepy";
    - class, form, grade [N. Amer]
     
  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";
    - row
     
  9. 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"
Adverb: course  kors
  1. As might be expected
    "course, the lawyer sent us a huge bill";
    - naturally, of course
Verb: course  kors
  1. Move swiftly through or over
    "ships coursing the Atlantic"
     
  2. Move along, of liquids
    "Water coursed into the cave";
    - run, flow, feed
     
  3. (game) hunt with hounds
    "He often courses hares"

Sounds like: coarse, Corse

Derived forms: courses, coursed, coursing

Type of: action, aliment, alimentation, assemblage, bed, cover, cross, cut across, cut through, didactics, direction, education, educational activity, facility, gathering, get across, get over, hunt, hunt down, installation, instruction, layer, line, move, nourishment, nutriment, nutrition, pass over, pedagogy, run, series, sustenance, teaching, track, track down, traverse, victuals, way

Part of: meal, repast, wall

Encyclopedia: Course