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boat race

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(Rowing) the boat race Brit a rowing event held annually in the spring, in which an eight representing Oxford University rows against one representing Cambridge University on the Thames between Putney and Mortlake
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Noun1.boat race - a race between people rowing or driving boatsboat race - a race between people rowing or driving boats
race - a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift"
sailing-race, yacht race - a race between crews of people in yachts
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boat race

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The conversation began about the row Tushkevitch and Veslovsky had taken alone together in the boat, and Tushkevitch began describing the last boat races in Petersburg at the Yacht Club.
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DINGHIES were replaced by dragons as Scammonden Water Sailing Club hosted a dragon boat race.
A CHILDREN'S charity is looking for people to give some paddle power for their annual boat race.
The race coincided with the annual Oxford and Cambridge boat race.
EARLY April's a great time of the year for punters, what with the Grand National, the US Masters and, of course, the Boat Race.