kurs, borishi, tomon, taraf, hodisaning borishi, yo'l, rivojlanishi, oqish, o'tish, ovqat turi, bosqich, o'qish yiliketidan quvmoq, iziga tushmoq
Noun(1) education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings(2) a connected series of events or actions or developments(3) general line of orientation(4) a mode of action(5) a line or route along which something travels or moves(6) a body of students who are taught together(7) part of a meal served at one time(8) (construction(9) facility consisting of a circumscribed area of land or water laid out for a sport
Verb(1) move swiftly through or over(2) move along, of liquids(3) hunt with hounds
Adverb(1) as might be expected
(1) They use another service for showing races but have their own racing presenters on the course .(2) Pita meat pie often is the final course of a meal or is served as a light supper on its own.(3) We took off, the bus bumping along the rough coast road, charting a course due north in the late afternoon sun.(4) course content(5) Clearly, he enjoys the course , even the rather silly island green at the notorious 17th hole.(6) they spoke to him in the course of the inquiry(7) he took the same course as his friends(8) the course of the stream(9) Once respiratory or renal disease develops, the course is usually rapidly progressive.(10) it altered the course of my life(11) Even without the filling soup as a first course , the T-bone steak and salad had been an excellent meal.(12) 18-hole course(13) the plane altered course(14) Labor believes that the true course for world progress lies in it being run cooperatively.(15) the course of history(16) The final dish in the eight course evening was a Campari parfait served with orange ragout.
(1) of course :: albatta
1. route ::
2. progression ::
3. procedure ::
4. racecourse ::
5. class ::
6. program ::
7. line ::
8. row ::
9. course of action ::
10. form ::
11. trend ::
12. path ::
13. flow ::
14. feed ::
Different Formscourse, coursed, courses, coursing
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Of COURSE you’ll see me.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
Of COURSE I did, Arturito, to punch you
smelling of "Eau of fuck yourself."
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 7
there are the exceptions,
Westworld Season 2, Episode 10
Yes, you. Of COURSE. Who else?
Stand up and come here.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6
English to Uzbek Dictionary: course
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