boat race
Noun

boat race (plural boat races)

  1. A race between rowing crews.
    The Oxford and Cambridge boat race is held on the Thames every year.
  2. (Cockney rhyming slang) The face.
  3. (gambling, slang) A fixed horse race, with a specific horse arranged to win in advance.



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