Synonyms of course in English:

course


See definition of course

noun

1‘the island was not very far off our course’

SYNONYMS
route, way, track, direction, tack, path, line, journey, itinerary, channel, trail, trajectory, flight path, bearing, heading, orbit, circuit, beat, round, run

2‘a device which changed the course of history’

SYNONYMS
progression, development, progress, advance, advancement, evolution, unfolding, flow, movement, continuity, sequence, order, succession, rise, march, furtherance, forwarding, proceeding

3‘what is the best course to adopt?’

SYNONYMS
plan, plan of action, course of action, method of working, MO, line of action, process, procedure, practice, approach, technique, style, manner, way, means, mode of behaviour, mode of conduct, methodology, system, policy, strategy, programme, formula, regimen
modus operandi
rare praxis

4‘the race is over ten laps of the course’

SYNONYMS
track, racetrack, racecourse, circuit, ground, stadium, speedway, velodrome, route, trail
circus
rare cirque

5‘the waiter served them their next course’

SYNONYMS
dish, menu item

6‘work flowed in during the course of the day’

SYNONYMS
duration, passing, passage, lapse, period, term, span, spell, sweep

7‘he's taking a course in art history’

SYNONYMS
programme of study, course of study, educational programme, set of lectures, curriculum, syllabus, schedule
classes, lectures, studies

8‘a course of antibiotics’

SYNONYMS
programme, series, sequence, system, schedule, regimen

9‘six courses of bricks were laid’

SYNONYMS
layer, thickness, stratum, seam, vein, band, bed

verb

1‘she was aware of the blood coursing through her veins’

SYNONYMS
flow, pour, race, stream, run, rush, gush, pump, move, cascade, flood, surge, sweep, roll
British informal sloosh

2‘several hares are coursed each week on the estate’

SYNONYMS
hunt, chase, pursue, stalk, run down, run after, give chase to, follow, track, trail, shadow, hound, dog
informal tail

Phrases

    in due course

    ‘I look forward to hearing from you in due course’


    SYNONYMS

    at the appropriate time, when the time is ripe, in time, in due time, in the fullness of time, in the course of time, at a later time, at a later date, at length, at a future date, at a future time, at some point in the future, in the future, in time to come, as time goes by, as time goes on, by and by, one day, some day, sooner or later, in a while, after a bit, eventually

    of course

    1‘there are, of course, exceptions to the rule’


    SYNONYMS

    naturally, as might be expected, as one would expect, as you would expect, needless to say, not unexpectedly, certainly, to be sure, as was anticipated, as a matter of course

    obviously, clearly, it goes without saying

    informal

    natch

    2‘‘Have you got a minute?’ ‘Of course.’’


    SYNONYMS

    yes, certainly, definitely, absolutely, by all means, with pleasure

    informal

    sure thing

    on course

    ‘he remains on course for re-election in two years’


    SYNONYMS

    on track, on target, on schedule