There are 2 main translations of pace in German:

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pace 1

British English: /peɪs/
American English: /peɪs/

noun

  • 2
    (speed)
    Tempo, das
    slacken/quicken one's pace at a steady/good pace
    in gleichmäßigem/zügigem Tempo
    at a snail's pace
    [colloquial]
    set the pace
    das Tempo angeben od. bestimmen
    (act as pacemaker)
    Schrittmacher sein
    keep pace [with somebody/something]
    [mit jemandem/etwas] Schritt halten
    stay or stand the pace, stay or keep with the pace
    (Sport)
    das Tempo durchhalten
    be off the pace
    (Sport)
    zurückliegen
    he couldn't stand the pace of life
    [figurative]
    ihm war das Leben zu hektisch
  • 3
    (of horse)
    Passgang, der
    put somebody/a horse through his/its paces
    [figurative]
    jemanden/ein Pferd zeigen lassen, was er/es kann
    show one's paces

intransitive verb

  • 2
    (amble) (Pferd)
    im Pass[gang] gehen

transitive verb

  • 1
    auf und ab gehen in
    + Dat.
  • 2
    (set the pace for)
    Schrittmacher sein für

Phrasal verbs

pace out

transitive verb
(Entfernung, Weg)

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There are 2 main translations of pace in German:

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pace 2
British English: /ˈpɑːtʃeɪ/
, /ˈpeɪsi/
American English: /ˈpeɪˌsi/
, /ˈpɑˌtʃeɪ/

preposition

  • [formal]pace Mr Smith …
    ohne Mr. Smith Dat. zu nahe treten zu wollen …

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