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course  Verb
Plural: courses
  1. Translate "course" to Spanish: recorrer, atravesar
    English Synonyms of "course": run by, go over, go through, range, range over, traverse, track
    Define meaning of "course": Move swiftly through or over.
  2. Ships coursing the Atlantic.

course  Noun
  1. Translate "course" to Spanish: curso, asignatura
    English Synonyms of "course": subject of study, subject
    Define meaning of "course": Education imparted in a series of lessons or class meetings.
  2. He took a course in basket weaving.
    Flirting is not unknown in college classes.

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  3. Translate "course" to Spanish: rumbo, sentido, curso, derrotero, dirección, recorrido, arrumbamiento
    English Synonyms of "course": bearing, destination, direction, way, heading, route, tack
    Define meaning of "course": A mode of action. ; General line of orientation.
  4. 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.
    The river takes a southern course.
    The northeastern trend of the coast.

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  5. Translate "course" to Spanish: camino, curso, ruta, derrotero, trayecto, derrota
    English Synonyms of "course": route, way, direction, road, path, pathway, trend, flow, line, track
    Define meaning of "course": A connected series of events or actions or developments.; General line of orientation. ; A line or route along which something travels or moves.
  6. The government took a firm course.
    Historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available.
    The river takes a southern course.
    The northeastern trend of the coast.
    The hurricane demolished houses in its path.
    The track of an animal.
    The course of the river.

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  7. Translate "course" to Spanish: año académico, curso
    English Synonyms of "course": school year, academic year, scholastic year
    Define meaning of "course": The period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying.

  8. Translate "course" to Spanish: transcurso, curso, decurso
    English Synonyms of "course": passage, passing, time lapse, time period
  9. In the course of one month.., En el curso de una mes.


  10. Translate "course" to Spanish: lecho, cauce de un río, lecho del río, cauce del río, lecho de río
    English Synonyms of "course": river bed, riverbed, runway, streambed, watercourse

  11. Translate "course" to Spanish: pista, pista de carreras
    English Synonyms of "course": track, racecourse, running track, speedway, autodrome, racetrack, racing circuit
    Define meaning of "course": A course over which races are run. ; A line or route along which something travels or moves.

  12. Translate "course" to Spanish: hilada, hilada de ladrillos, hilera de bloques
    English Synonyms of "course": layer of bricks, course of bricks, damp-course
    Define meaning of "course": A layer of masonry.
  13. A course of bricks.


  14. Translate "course" to Spanish: tratamiento, serie de sesiones de tratamiento, tratamiento en curso
    English Synonyms of "course": course of treatment, series of sessions of treatment, cure, treatment
    Define meaning of "course": Course of treatment. ; Series of sessions of treatment.

  15. Translate "course" to Spanish: tratamiento
    English Synonyms of "course": series of drugs that have to be taken
    Define meaning of "course": Series of drugs that have to be taken.

  16. Translate "course" to Spanish: serie

Verb Conjugation for "course"
Gerund: coursing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "course"
a matter of course
access course
accredited course
acute course
advanced course
advanced training course
air course
all in due course
alter course
as a matter of course
assault course
auditor of a course
away from the course
base course
basic course
be in the course of
be off course
be on a collision course
be on the wrong course
belt course
benign course
bird course
block irrigation channels for regulating flow and course
broadfield course
by course of
cause to change the course of
certification course
change course
change course quickly
change course rapidly
change in course
change one's course
change the course of
chart a course
chemistry course
chronic course
circuitous course
clinical course
college course
compass course
computer course
computing course
control the course of
cookery course
core course
correspondence course
crash course
crib course
crip course
damp-course
day release course
deviate from course
deviate from the main course
deviation from course
diploma course
disastrous course
disease course
do a degree course
doctorate course
drift from ship's course
drift off course
easy college course
easy course
employee training educational course
end of course
except of course
except of course that
except of course when
extension course
fail a course
far from the course
fee paid by golfers in order to play on a golf course
first-aid course
first course
fish course
follow the wrong course
food course
foundation course
four-course rotation
full-time course
get off course
go off course
go off the proper course
golf course
graduate course
graduation of a university course
gut course
header course
hold course
hold one's course
holder in due course
honorable course
horserace across an obstacle course
immersion course
in course of
in due course
in the course of
in the natural course
indorsee in due course
induction course
intensive course
IT course
keep course
knock off course
language course
let things take their course
mail course
main course
malignant course
matter of course
matter-of-course
mid-course
non-resident course
nothing takes the right course by force
obstacle course
obstacle in a golf course
of course
of course except
of course not
of course so
of course unless
of course yes
off course
off-course
on a collision course
on a declining course
on course
optional course
orientation course
over the course of
par for the course
parabolic course
participant in a course
PC course
pipe course
plinth course
postgraduate course
pre-university course
premedical course
prerequisite course
professional training course
put back on course
put off course
race-course
refresher course
regional course
regular course
remedial course
rough sector of the golf course
run one's course
sand obstacle in a golf course
sandwich course
save of course that
secretarial course
senior course
set course
set course for
shape one's course towards
shape the course
shift course
ship's course
short course
skid off course
slide off course
snow course
starting place in a golf course
stay the course
stick the course
straying from the proper course
subject matter preparatory to a specific course
survival course
swerve momentarily off course
swerve off course
swerve off course momentarily
tailor-made course
take a course
take a course in
take a middle course
take a new course
take an oblique course
take its course
teach a course
that's a matter of course
the uncultivated part of a golf course
three-course rotation
time must take its course
training course
traveling course
true course
university level professional training course
unless of course
unskilled in a course
upgrading course
vacation course
veer off course
water course
wearing course
well of course
yes of course
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