1. Action de courir.
2. Compétition. Course automobile.
3. Parcours. Course en montagne.
4. Déplacement. Course d'un levier.
7. Démarche. Faire une course.
ETYM Old Eng. erende, erande, message, business, AS. aerende, aerend; akin to OS. arundi, Old High Germ. arunti, Icel. eyrendi, örendi, erendi, Swed. ärende, Dan. aerende; perh. akin to AS. earu swift, Icel. örr, and to Latin oriri to rise, Eng. orient.
A short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission.
In anthropology, the term applied to the varieties of modern humans, Homo sapiens sapiens, having clusters of distinctive physical traits in common. The three major varieties are Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid. During the last 60,000 years, migrations and interbreeding have caused a range of variations to exist today, not distinct or “pure” races (which can exist only under conditions of isolation).
1. A contest of speed
2. Any competition
3. People who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
The sport of engaging in contests of speed.