Meaning of “lace” in the English Dictionary

"lace" in British English

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lacenoun

uk /leɪs/ us /leɪs/

laceverb [ T ]

uk /leɪs/ us /leɪs/

(Definition of “lace” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lace" in American English

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lacenoun

us /leɪs/

lace noun (MATERIAL)

[ U ] a decorative cloth that is made by weaving thin thread into delicate patterns having small spaces within them:

lace noun (CORD)

[ C usually pl ] a cord used to close a shoe or boot; shoelace:

Your laces are untied.
lace (up)
verb [ T ] us /leɪs (ʌp)/

She laced her boots.

(Definition of “lace” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)