Definition of trice in English:

trice

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Pronunciation: /trʌɪs
 
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noun

(in phrase in a trice)

Origin

late Middle English trice 'a tug', figuratively 'an instant', from Middle Dutch trīsen 'pull sharply', related to trīse 'pulley'.

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