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racetrack

[reys-trak] /ˈreɪsˌtræk/
noun
1.
a plot of ground, usually oval, laid out for horse racing.
2.
the course for any race.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60
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  • There's no shortage of people at the barstool or racetrack that would be more than happy to have some company.
  • Visitors with tents can camp in the oval of the town's racetrack.
  • It offers visitors a variety of historic attractions, as well as a casino and racetrack.
  • Switching leads is a skill necessary for success on an oval racetrack.
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  • There is, of course, more to their success on the racetrack than that.
  • To see one now you have to go to a racetrack or a farm.
  • The flagstones are sticky with filth, and the red double-decker racetrack mere inches away.
  • He once went to the racetrack with a group of friends.
  • But they are useless on anything other than a smooth racetrack.
British Dictionary definitions for racetrack

racetrack

/ˈreɪsˌtræk/
noun
1.
a circuit or course, esp an oval one, used for motor racing, speedway, etc
2.
(mainly US & Canadian) Also called racecourse. a long broad track, usually of grass, enclosed between rails, and with starting and finishing points marked upon it, over which horses are raced
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