career definition

  • noun:
    • A chosen quest; a profession or occupation.
    • the overall training course or development of your respective working life or one's expert achievements: an officer with a distinguished job; an instructor amid a lengthy profession.
    • A path or training course, by the sun through the heavens.
    • Speed: "My hasting days fly on with full job” ( John Milton).
    • an individual's calling in life; an individual's occupation; an individual's career.
    • An individual’s work and life roles over their particular lifespan.
    • speed
    • A jouster's path during a joust.
    • A race training course: the ground go beyond.
    • A running; full speed; an instant program.
    • General strategy or conduct in life, or perhaps in a specific component or calling in life, or in some kind of special undertaking; typically applied to training course or conduct that is of a public personality.
    • The trip of a hawk.
    • The ground on which a race is operate; a race-course; therefore, course; course; means.
    • A charge or run at full-speed, as in justing.
    • General course of action or motion; process; length of proceeding; a certain plan of action or career creating the object of your life: as, “honour's reasonable career,” Dryden.
    • [Sometimes used positively to symbolize a certain or conspicuous profession of some type: because, a person with a vocation before him.]
    • In the manège, somewhere inclosed with a barrier, which to run the band.
    • In falconry, a flight or tour of this hawk, about 120 yards.
    • A prison; a lock-up; specifically, one in a German college or university.
    • among the 8 to 12 stalls, sealed with taverns, that events had been were only available in a Roman circus. These people were arranged with slanting axes in an effort to not ever give an unfair advantage to any competitor.
    • the particular career for which you are trained
    • the typical development of the working or expert life
  • adjective:
    • Performing just what an individual does as a permanent occupation or lifework: career diplomats; a profession criminal.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to maneuver or operate at full-speed; dash. See Usage Note at careen.
    • to maneuver or operate quickly.
  • verb:
    • To move quickly directly ahead, especially in an uncontrolled method.
    • move headlong at high speed
  • others:
    • To move or run quickly, as if in a race or cost.

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