101 matches in 5 dictionaries. Details
pacenoun USA: peɪ's UK: peɪsiː
      1. He walked with a firm step, and only slackened his pace for his companion's sake.
          1. Alaposan kilépett, s járását csak kísérője kedvéért lassította meg néha-néha.
          1. Alaposan kilépett, s járását csak kísérője kedvéért lassította meg néha-néha.
          1. Alaposan kilépett, s járását csak kísérője kedvéért lassította meg néha-néha.
pacev trans v USA: peɪ's UK: peɪsiː
  1. sports
    1. He walked on the path at a quick pace.
        1. Gyors iramban haladt az ösvényen.
pacev intrans v USA: peɪ's UK: peɪsiː
    1. The little boy couldn't keep pace with his older brother, he was always somewhat behind.
        1. A kisfiú nem tudott lépést tartani a bátyjával, egyre csak lemaradozott.
-pacedundef USA: peɪ'st UK: peɪst
pacemakernoun USA: peɪ'smeɪ"kəː· UK: peɪsmeɪkər
pace mr. brownexp USA: peɪ's mɪ'stəː· braʊ'n
pacernoun USA: peɪ'səː· UK: peɪsə
pace-setternoun USA: peɪ'se"təː· UK: peɪssetər
even paceexp USA: iː'vʌ·n peɪ's UK: iːvn peɪsiː
keep paceexp USA: kiː'p peɪ's UK: kiːp peɪsiː
medium paceexp USA: miː'diː·ʌ·m peɪ's UK: miːdɪəm peɪsiː
snail's pacenoun USA: sneɪ'lz peɪ's UK: sneɪlz peɪsiː
steady paceexp USA: ste'diː· peɪ's UK: stediː peɪsiː
ten paces offexp USA: te'n peɪ'sʌ·z ɔː'f UK: ten peɪsɪz ɔf
keep pace with syv USA: kiː'p peɪ's wʌ·ð saɪ'
a smart paceexp USA: eɪ' smɔ'rt peɪ's UK: eɪ smɑt peɪsiː
a smart paceadv USA: eɪ' smɔ'rt peɪ's UK: eɪ smɑt peɪsiː
go the paceexp USA: goʊ' ðiː· peɪ's UK: goʊ ðiː peɪsiː
make the pacev USA: meɪ'k ðiː· peɪ's UK: meɪk ðiː peɪsiː
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