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lead1 to set a course to a place. [1/13 definitions]
naturally of course; surely; without a doubt. [1/3 definitions]
navigate to plan, manage, or control the course of. [1/2 definitions]
navigation the act of setting a course for or controlling a ship or aircraft.
navigator a person who charts, sets, and steers the course of a ship or aircraft.
parallel to be or move on a course similar to. [1/5 definitions]
passing showing that one has passed a test, assignment, or course. [1/5 definitions]
past along a course that goes beside and then beyond. [1/12 definitions]
path a course along which someone or something travels. [1/3 definitions]
persist to continue in a course of action or hold on to a belief in a firm, steady way. [1/2 definitions]
projection a plan for a course of action. [1/5 definitions]
racetrack a track or course used for racing.
relay a race in which each team member completes part of the course and is then followed by another who does the same. [1/3 definitions]
river a large natural stream of water flowing in a particular course toward a lake, ocean, or other body of water. [1/2 definitions]
road a long, narrow course, often with a smooth surface, for vehicles and people to travel on from one place to another. Roads go through towns and also through the countryside. [2 definitions]
round a completed game, series, or course. [1/14 definitions]
route a road or course of travel from one place to another. [1/3 definitions]
routine a regular course of action. [2/3 definitions]
social studies a course of study including history, geography, civics, and other social sciences. This course is taught in elementary and secondary schools.
spiral to cause to form a spiral or move in a spiral course. [1/6 definitions]
steady having a regular movement or course of action. [1/9 definitions]