raceway

[reys-wey]
noun
1.
Chiefly British. a passage or channel for water, as a millrace.
2.
a racetrack on which harness races are held.
3.
Electricity. a channel for protecting and holding electrical wires and cables, especially a metal rectangular tube used for such purposes.
4.
Machinery, race1 ( def 11 ).

Origin:
1820–30; race1 + way1

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raceway (ˈreɪsˌweɪ)
 
n
1.  another word for race
2.  a racetrack, esp one for banger racing
3.  another word (esp US) for race

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Raceway is based on the continuous water flowing through the culture tanks.
Water quality within the raceway also remains outstanding.
The cable is in raceway from the point of emergence from the ground into the panel.
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