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courses, plural;
  1. (of liquid) Move without obstruction; flow
    • - tears were coursing down her cheeks
    • - exultation coursed through him
  2. Pursue (game, esp. hares) with greyhounds using sight rather than scent
    • - many of the hares coursed escaped unharmed
    • - she would course for hares with her greyhounds
  1. The route or direction followed by a ship, aircraft, road, or river
    • - the road adopts a tortuous course along the coast
    • - the new fleet changed course to join the other ships
  2. The way in which something progresses or develops
    • - the course of history
  3. A procedure adopted to deal with a situation

  4. The route of a race or similar sporting event

  5. An area of land set aside and prepared for racing, golf, or another sport

  6. A dish, or a set of dishes served together, forming one of the successive parts of a meal
    • - guests are offered a choice of main course
    • - a four-course meal
  7. A series, in particular

  8. A series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, typically leading to a qualification
    • - a business studies course
  9. A series of repeated treatments or doses of medication
    • - the doctor prescribed a course of antibiotics
  10. A continuous horizontal layer of brick, stone, or other material in a building

  11. A pursuit of game (esp. hares) with greyhounds by sight rather than scent

  12. The lowest sail on a square-rigged mast

  13. A set of adjacent strings on a guitar, lute, etc., tuned to the same note

  1. education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings; "he took a course in basket weaving"; "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
  2. move swiftly through or over; "ships coursing the Atlantic"
  3. naturally: as might be expected; "naturally, the lawyer sent us a huge bill"
  4. 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"
  5. run: move along, of liquids; "Water flowed into the cave"; "the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi"
  6. general line of orientation; "the river takes a southern course"; "the northeastern trend of the coast"
  7. A course is a continuous horizontal layer of similarly-sized building material one unit high, usually in a wall. The term is almost always used in conjunction with unit masonry such as brick, cut stone, or concrete masonry units ("concrete block").
  8. A main course is the featured or primary dish in a meal consisting of several courses. It usually follows the entrée ("entry") course, and the salad course. In North American usage it may in fact be called the "entrée".
  9. In U.S. and Canadian education, a course is a unit of teaching that typically lasts one academic term, is led by one or more instructors (teachers or professors), has a fixed roster of students, and gives each student a grade and academic credit. in Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. ...
  10. In medicine, a course of medication is a period of continuous treatment with a drug, sometimes with variable dosage. Treatment with some drugs should not end abruptly. Instead, their course should end with a tapering dosage.
  11. A course is a pair or more of adjacent strings tuned to unison or an octave and usually played together as if a single string. ...
  12. In navigation, a vehicle's course is the angle that the intended path of the vehicle makes with a fixed reference object (typically true north). Typically course is measured in degrees from 0° clockwise to 360° in compass convention (0° being north, 90° being east). ...
  13. A path, sequence, development, or evolution; A normal or customary sequence; A chosen manner of proceeding; Any ordered process or sequence or steps; A learning program, as in a school; A treatment plan; The itinerary of a race; A racecourse; A part of a meal; The path taken by a flow of water; ...
  14. (“Courses”) courses from time to time in the range of courses offered by De-Brand via or site;
  15. (Courses) Horizontal rows of shingles or tiles.
  16. (Courses) the lowest square sail on each mast— The mainsail, foresail, and the mizzen on a four masted ship (the after most mast usually sets a gaff driver or spanker instead of a square sail).
  17. (Courses) 1 year Post Graduate Program in Thermal Power Plant Technology (PGPTPT) - After BE/Btech
  18. (Courses) Alternate layers of material in a pattern, or brickwork.
  19. (Courses) CRM Applications (Also Cl
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  21. (Courses) Principles of Management  (Business & Management)
  22. (Courses) Used in electronic computer controlled equipment to vary the workout speed, resistance, incline, etc. to offer the user a more challenging and variable workout. Also known as programs or pre-sets.
  23. (Courses) {url:/ajax_concepts/44777/?conceptid=288524001&callback=children&child_size=7}
  24. Courses are one of WUFI's result types. Courses describe the temporal evolution of certain quantities such as the moisture content in the building component or the heat fluxes through the surfaces. In the "Result Graphs" dialog the courses are displayed as graphical curves. ...
  25. A row of shingles or roll roofing running the length of the roof.