When "race" is used as a transitive verb, what does it mean?
5. M: Hi, Amy. How are you?
W: Hi, Robin. I’m good. Is that your dog?
M: Yes. I’m usually with him when I take a walk.
He loves strolling outside.
W: Yeah, he looks excited now.
M: He especially likes to race me in the park.
W: Umm.... But as far as I know, dogs should be
on a leash when they’re outside.
M: I know. I have a leash in my bag but he
always behaves nicely.
W: Even so, you should
Race - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
See the definitions for the transitive verb.