Learn how to say Course correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word course:
1the route or direction followed by a ship, aircraft, road, or river:
the road adopts a tortuous course along the coast
the new fleet changed course to join the other ships
the way in which something progresses or develops:
the course of history
(also course of action) [count noun] a procedure adopted to deal with a situation:
my decision had seemed to be the wisest course open to me at the time
2a dish, or a set of dishes served together, forming one of the successive parts of a meal:
guests are offered a choice of main course
a four-course meal
3an area of land set aside and prepared for racing, golf, or another sport.
4a series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification:
a business studies course
Medicine a series of repeated treatments or doses of medication:
the doctor prescribed a course of antibiotics
Bell-ringing a series of changes which brings the bells back to their original order, or the changes of a particular bell.
5a continuous horizontal layer of brick, stone, or other material in a wall.
6a pursuit of game (especially hares) with greyhounds by sight rather than scent.
7a sail on the lowest yards of a square-rigged ship.
8a set of adjacent strings on a guitar, lute, etc., tuned to the same note.
1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] (of liquid) move without obstruction; flow:
tears were coursing down her cheeks
exultation coursed through him
2 [with object] pursue (game, especially hares) with greyhounds using sight rather than scent:
many of the hares coursed escaped unharmed
she would course for hares with her greyhounds