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Definition of "racers" []

  • A person, animal, or machine that races (noun)
  • A turntable used to traverse a heavy gun (noun)
  • Any of several long slender nonvenomous North American snakes of the colubrid genus Coluber and related genera, such as C. lateralis (striped racer) (noun)
  • Plural form of racer. (noun)

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Use "racers" in a sentence
  • "Once again racers faced atypical cyclocross weather and a dry, dusty, mostly flat 2. 4km course, with a slight wind and temperatures in the upper 40s."
  • "The way the ice is shaped — piled thick, though Canadian women's pilot Helen Upperton says it was even thicker before she and other racers from the host nation suggested changes a year ago — it makes it difficult for bobsleds to get through if they're not on the absolutely perfect line."
  • "Both Bathurst winners and long-term racers at the top line in Australia."