Definition of raceway
1 : a canal for a current of water
2 : a channel for loosely holding electrical wires in buildings
3 : 1race 5
4 : a course for racing
Examples of raceway in a Sentence
the child who fell through the ice was helplessly swept along the raceway, still trapped under the ice, by the current
Recent Examples of raceway from the Web
The raceway had scheduled four Mixed Martial Arts bouts for after the Firecracker 250.
In 2004 the zoo built the first of three different 'raceways,' or artificial streams.
The city sat on 650 acres of swampland where the Expo Center, the raceway and golf course are today.
Busch got back to second on the last lap, but ran out of raceway to chase down Dillon.
Also new this summer at the Legoland Water Park is Surfer’s Bay, a competitive water raceway where kids can compete by racing down six water slides.
Also new this summer at the Legoland Water Park is Surfer’s Bay, a competitive water raceway where kids can compete by racing down six water slides. 1 Legoland Drive, Carlsbad.
Today, visitors to the raceway can see dragsters, monster trucks, off-road races and drag boats compete.
The raceway is preparing for this weekend’s Ignitor, the 47th annual, which starts Friday.
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First Known Use of raceway
RACEWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of raceway for English Language Learners
: a course or track that is used for racing
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