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Serbian German French
rasaMenschenschlagrace
pasminaRassegent
sojStammcours
plemeWettlaufchenal
rodLaufcourse
utrkaMühlrinnecourir
trkaWettrennenfaire une course avec
trčanjeRennen, rennens'efforcer de dépasser
dati pun gasLaufrings'emballer
trkati seum die Wette rennenlancer
trčatibrausenfaire courir
juritirasenparticiper à une course
courir à toute allure
marcher à toute vitesse
galoper

racen.
  1. a group of people having common inherited physical features: the colour of skin, hair and eyes, shape of nose and lips, height and body proportions, etc., sufficient to characterize it as a distinct human type; a group of animals or plants, connected by common descent of origin
  2. 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)
  3. people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock

rasaf.pasminaf.sojm.plemen.rodm.utrkaf.

Menschenschlagm.Rassef.Rassen Stammm.Stämme Wettlaufm.Laufm.Läufe 

racef.gentf.coursm.


racen.a rapid flow of water through a restricted channel, either through a watermill (mill-race) or in the sea (tidal-race)

racen.incorrect interpretation of the clock pulses by a digital circuit; also called racing; the circuit improperly attempts to do many operations during one clock pulse, rather than a single operation

racen.
  1. a contest of speed; any competition
  2. a competition of speed, as in running or riding
  3. a series of such competitions held at a specified time on a regular course


racen.a groovelike part of a machine in which a moving part slides or rolls

racev.
  1. to cause to move fast or to rush or race; rush
  2. to compete in a race, as in athletics; run