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PACE British & World English

Police and Criminal Evidence Act

pace1 British & World English

A single step taken when walking or running

pace2 British & World English

With due respect to (someone or their opinion), used to express polite disagreement or contradiction

foot pace British & World English

Walking speed

pace car British & World English

A car that sets the pace for the warm-up lap before a race but does not take part in it, or one that controls the pace in temporarily hazardous conditions

pace notes British & World English

(In rally driving) notes made before a race by a competitor about the characteristics of a particular course

snail's pace British & World English

An extremely slow speed

mend one's pace in mend British & World English

Go faster; alter one’s pace to match a companion

set the pace in pace1 British & World English

Be the fastest runner in the early part of a race

off the pace British & World English

Behind the leader or leading group in a race or contest

set the pace British & World English

Be the fastest runner in the early part of a race

off the pace in pace1 British & World English

Behind the leader or leading group in a race or contest

force the pace in force1 British & World English

Adopt a fast pace in a race in order to tire out one’s opponents quickly

force the pace British & World English

Adopt a fast pace in a race in order to tire out one’s opponents quickly

stand the pace in pace1 British & World English

Be able to keep up with another or others

change of pace British & World English

A change from what one is used to

keep pace with British & World English

Move or progress at the same speed or rate as

stand the pace British & World English

Be able to keep up with another or others

change of pace in pace1 British & World English

A change from what one is used to

keep pace with in pace1 British & World English

Move or progress at the same speed or rate as

mend one's pace British & World English

Go faster; alter one’s pace to match a companion

pace oneself in pace1 British & World English

Do something at a slow and steady rate in order to avoid overexertion

snail British & World English

Used in reference to something very slow

cracking British & World English

Fast and exciting

pacesetter British & World English

another term for pacemaker111.

pace English Thesaurus

he stepped back a pace

pace English-Spanish

paso m

pace out English-Spanish

medir* a pasos

requiescat in pace Spanish-English

RIP, (may he/she) rest in peace

to pace oneself in pace English-Spanish

controlarse el tiempo

at a slow pace in pace English-Spanish

a ritmo lento, lentamente

at a cracking pace in cracking English-Spanish

a toda pastilla familiar/colloquial, a un ritmo endemoniado


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