course

All Noun
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  • She completed a four-year course of study in just two years.
  • An officer is also required to go on a four day course.
  • This class was the first to complete the four-year course offered in the new building.
  • She returned home six months into the four-year course due to a weight problem.
  • The school provides a full-time and a part-time course.
  • The best man with regard to me is he who is on the middle course.
  • The cross-country course goes through this part of the property.
  • Over the course of her life, she published over fifty short stories.
  • Each of them having a four year course of study.
  • Apparently the course covers much the same content as does the present book.
  • Elizabeth from the start did not really back this course of action.
  • And of course, things have changed a lot in four years.
  • She had no formal art training save one six-week course she took while a teacher.
  • The school also is host to a cross country course.
  • On sea the yellow band in her flag was of course white.
  • The college provides a range of full-time and part-time courses for the local community.
  • It runs from primary school level to secondary high school up to university level courses.
  • Some have died during the course of the series.
  • Courses are two, three, and six weeks long and are offered throughout the summer.
  • The institute offers other short-term courses related to business and management.
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Meaning of course

  • noun Education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings
    he took a course in basket weaving, flirting is not unknown in college classes
  • noun A connected series of events or actions or developments
    the government took a firm course, historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available
  • noun General line of orientation
    the river takes a southern course, the northeastern trend of the coast
  • noun 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
  • noun Part of a meal served at one time
    she prepared a three course meal
  • noun (construction) a layer of masonry
    a course of bricks
  • noun 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
  • verb Move swiftly through or over
    ships coursing the Atlantic
  • verb Hunt with hounds
    He often courses hares