Noun(1) the rate of moving (especially walking or running(2) the distance covered by a step(3) the relative speed of progress or change(4) a step in walking or running(5) the rate of some repeating event(6) a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride
Verb(1) walk with slow or fast paces(2) go at a pace(3) measure (distances(4) regulate or set the pace of
(1) The adjustment will take time and effort but MacDougall believes his improvement has gathered pace in the past fortnight, since he made his first start.(2) Zalm said that if Bulgaria's economy continues to develop at this pace , interest in it among Dutch people would continue to grow.(3) the children work separately in the classroom at their own pace(4) As the ship neared the island, the captain grew restless and so retreated to the main deck where he could pace out his anxiety.(5) Emi asked as she tucked down the bill of the hat and began to pace around the room with an exaggerated boyish walk, her shoulders slumped with her hands in her pockets.(6) Aroura didn't like the look of them and sped up her pace with larger, faster steps.(7) The momentum for this initiative has gathered pace following action by a group of French activists including anti-globalisation campaigner Jose Bove.(8) While ordinary ride-on mowers don't go much faster than walking pace , some versions are clearly anything but pedestrian.(9) the industrial boom gathered pace(10) I steal with quiet pace(11) She moaned some lame excuse to whoever she was talking with and walked with shaken pace towards the quiet parts of the flat.(12) The castle was no more than a good two hour's walk now, if he kept fast pace and didn't stop.(13) High-end computers these days consume more and more power, and the power supply industry continues to release new units at a blazing pace .(14) He picked up the pace of his horse, glanced around once more, making sure that only ghosts and not Federal soldiers surrounded him.(15) You could start off doing eight three-minute runs at a very fast pace , with one minute's brisk walk in between each.(16) Feeling this error, the rider may use his or her legs to cue the horse to round out his back and slow his pace , but the horse assumes the rider still wants to go faster.
(1) keep pace :: holde trit
(2) fast pace :: hurtigt tempo
(3) keep pace with :: holde trit med
(4) my pace :: mit tempo
(5) set the pace :: sætte tempoet
(6) hectic pace :: hektiske tempo
(7) change of pace :: afveksling
(8) in pace with :: i trit med
(9) pace car :: tempo bil
(10) snail's pace :: sneglefart
1. step ::
2. gait ::
3. speed ::
4. stride ::
5. yard ::
6. tempo ::
7. rate ::
8. walk ::
9. step ::
pace, paced, paces, pacey, pacing
Word Example from TV Shows
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In the little village where I was born,
life moved at a slower PACE...
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
Pick the PACE up.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7
Tell her you need the relationship to move
at a PACE you both are comfortable with.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 10
a nice change of PACE
from what I usually draw.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 18
No, and that's why he had
Erin Pace rewire it...
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 12
English to Danish Dictionary: pace
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