a road or course for fast driving, motoring, or the like, or on which more than ordinary speed is allowed.
a track on which automobile or motorcycle races are held.
a town in central Indiana.
the sport of racing on light powerful motorcycles round cinder tracks
(as modifier): a speedway track
the track or stadium where such races are held
(US & Canadian)
a racetrack for cars
a road on which fast driving is allowed
noun 1. any of several plants, shrubs, or small trees of the genus Veronica, of the figwort family, having opposite leaves and small flowers. noun 1. any of various temperate scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Veronica, such as V. officinalis (heath speedwell) and V. chamaedrys (germander speedwell), having small blue or pinkish white flowers
[speed-rahy-ting] /ˈspidˌraɪ tɪŋ/ noun 1. a system of shorthand that is based on the sound of words and utilizes letters of the alphabet rather than symbols. Speedwriting /ˈspiːdˌraɪtɪŋ/ noun 1. trademark a form of shorthand in which alphabetic combinations are used to represent groups of sounds or short common words
adjective, speedier, speediest. 1. characterized by speed; rapid; swift; fast. 2. coming, given, or arrived at quickly or soon; prompt; not delayed: a speedy recovery. adjective speedier, speediest 1. characterized by speed of motion 2. done or decided without delay; quick
verb (used with or without object), Scot. and North England. 1. to climb; ascend; mount. noun 1. (Manchester, dialect) a splinter of wood