race to (someone or something)

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race to (someone or something)

To move, run, drive, etc., in a very hurried or frantic manner to some person, thing, or destination. I have to race to the bank so I can deposit this check before they close. Tommy raced to his teacher to tell him what happened.
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race to someone or something

to run to someone or something. The girls raced to the front room. We all raced to Mary, who had the candy.
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race someone to some place

to compete against someone to see who gets to a place first. I will race you to the door. Tim wanted to race me to the corner.
See also: place, race
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Three of the five riders following him also missed out the third flight, reducing the race to something of a farce.