- has been given a crash course in diplomacy in his first weeks in office
Examples of crash course in a Sentence
Before her trip, she took a crash course in Russian culture and history at the local university.
Recent Examples of crash course from the Web
One of the top closers in the game, Holland was a victim of the ice-age free-agent market and didn't accept a deal until after the season began, and certainly didn't look ready after a crash course in Florida.
Meanwhile, inside the bank, Easley was getting a crash course in how TV news gets made.
Perhaps Ibrahimovic can get a crash course in all things Sigi from countryman Freddie Ljungberg, who played under the manager for a season and a half with the Seattle Sounders.
In an unprecedented move in a federal lawsuit, Alsup presided over a crash course in climate science with a single student: himself.
The past few months have been like a crash course in politics.
Duck into the museum for a crash course on the region’s history.
The Beginner's Guide to Blake Bortles Brett Carlsen/Getty Images A crash course in Bortlesology from Drew Magary, the world's foremost Blake Bortles expert.
The 2005 season was the last great two-horse race in college basketball, with Carolina and Illinois on a crash course for the final for months.
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First Known Use of crash course
CRASH COURSE Defined for English Language Learners
: a class in which a lot of information is taught in a short period of time
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