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trace1 US English

Find or discover by investigation

trace2 US English

Each of the two side straps, chains, or ropes by which a horse is attached to a vehicle that it is pulling

trace US Thesaurus

police hope to trace the owner of the vehicle

ray trace US English

Optics and Computing. = ray tracing 3.

ray-trace US English

Optics. To calculate the path taken by a ray of light in passing through (an optical system) or in forming (an image).

leaf trace US English

A strand of conducting vessels extending from the stem to the base of a leaf

trace-horse US English

A horse put in traces to pull a vehicle

memory trace US English

A hypothetical permanent change in the nervous system brought about by memorizing something; an engram

trace element US English

A chemical element present only in minute amounts in a particular sample or environment

trace fossil US English

A fossil of a footprint, trail, burrow, or other trace of an animal rather than of the animal itself

trace mineral US English

A trace element required for nutrition

sink1 US English

Disappear and not be seen or heard of again

Natchez Trace in Natchez US English

A historic port city on the Mississippi River in southwestern Mississippi; population 16,413 (est. 2008). The Natchez Trace, which leads from here to Nashville in Tennessee, was a 19th-century route for riverboatmen returning north from trips to New Orleans