Definition of racing
: the sport or profession of engaging in or holding races
Recent Examples of racing from the Web
With the race now in money time, with stages set to decide the final podium, Froome went straight to the point with his aggressive racing.
Because Cornish is involved in a racing system designed to develop Olympic athletes, rules for the bicycling leg are the same as in the Olympic Games.
One of the reasons York chose to introduce her new identity to the public now has to do with her return to the racing world, after a nearly two-decade hiatus.
Zizzo was at it early on Friday, cleaning the louvers on the air conditioner in his racing trailer.
Live entertainment, harness racing, antique tractor pull and demolition derby.
On days when FS1 has other contractual commitments, such as auto racing or college sports, games have been bumped down the hierarchy of channels accordingly.
This time, after the Kiwis dominated the opening weekend of racing, Team USA had an even longer opportunity to reboot and retool, with a five-day break from competition.
A deal with Harley-Davidson (hog, +0.74%) would bring together the maker of touring bikes like the Electra Glide that are symbolic of America with a leading European maker whose high-performance bikes have a distinguished racing heritage.
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First Known Use of racing
RACING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of racing for English Language Learners
: the sport or profession of racing horses, cars, etc.
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