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obstacle course

obstacle course

noun

: a series of objects that people or animals in a race have to jump or climb over, go around, go under, etc.

: a training area for soldiers that is filled with objects (such as hurdles, ditches, walls, etc.) that the soldiers have to jump or climb over, go around, go under, etc.

: a series of problems, events, or requirements that make it difficult to do something

Full Definition of OBSTACLE COURSE

:  a military training course filled with obstacles (as hurdles, fences, walls, and ditches) that must be negotiated; broadly :  a series of obstacles that must be overcome

Examples of OBSTACLE COURSE

  1. We finally made it through the bureaucratic obstacle course and got our visas.

First Known Use of OBSTACLE COURSE

1943

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