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  1. pace

    • IPA[peɪs]

    英式

    • n.
      a single step taken when walking or running;a unit of length representing the distance between two successive steps in walking
    • v.
      walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance;measure (a distance) by walking it and counting the number of steps taken
    • verb: pace, 3rd person present: paces, gerund or present participle: pacing, past tense: paced, past participle: paced

    • noun: pace, plural noun: paces

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    名詞

    • 1. a single step taken when walking or running Kirov stepped back a pace 同義詞 step, stride, footstep
    • a unit of length representing the distance between two successive steps in walking her eyes could size up a lad's wallet at fifty paces
    • a gait of a horse or other animal, especially one of the recognized trained gaits of a horse.
    • literary a person's manner of walking or running I steal with quiet pace 同義詞 gait, stride, walk, tread, march, ... 更多
    • 2. speed in walking, running, or moving most traffic moved at the pace of the riverboat he's an aggressive player with plenty of pace 同義詞 speed, rate, swiftness, quickness, rapidity, ... 更多
    • the speed or rate at which something happens or develops the industrial boom gathered pace the story rips along at a cracking pace
    • the state of a wicket as affecting the speed of the ball he can cope with the pace of the Australian wickets

    動詞

    • 1. walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance we paced up and down in exasperation she had been pacing the room
    • measure (a distance) by walking it and counting the number of steps taken I paced out the dimensions of my new home
    • (of a trained horse) move in a distinctive lateral gait in which both legs on the same side are lifted together he will suddenly pace for a few steps, then go back into normal walk
    • 2. move or develop (something) at a particular rate or speed the action is paced to the beat of a perky march our fast-paced daily lives
    • lead (another runner in a race) in order to establish a competitive speed McKenna paced us for four miles
    • do something at a slow and steady rate in order to avoid overexertion Frank was pacing himself for the long night ahead
    • n.
      walking speed.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      (in rally driving) notes made before a race by a competitor about the characteristics of a ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a car that sets the pace and positions racers for a rolling start in a warm-up lap or laps ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      quickly

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a fast bowler.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[pās]

    美式

    • n.
      a single step taken when walking or running: Kirov stepped back a pace
    • v.
      walk at a steady and consistent speed, especially back and forth and as an expression of ... we paced up and down in exasperation she had been pacing the room

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[ˈpeɪsi]

    英式

    • prep.
      with due respect to (someone or their opinion), used to express polite disagreement or ... narrative history, pace some theorists, is by no means dead

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[peɪs]

    英式

    • abbr
      Police and Criminal Evidence Act.

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    • IPA[ˈpäˌCHā]

    美式

    • prep.
      with due respect to (someone or their opinion), used to express polite disagreement or ... narrative history, pace some theorists, is by no means dead

    Oxford American Dictionary