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pace

noun
 
 
/peɪs/
SPEED [no plural] B2 the speed at which someone or something moves or does something: We started to walk at a much faster pace. the pace of lifeSpeed of motionMiscellaneous units of measurement
STEP [C] a step: Every few paces I stopped to listen.Moving on foot
keep pace with sb/sth to move or develop at the same speed as someone or something else: We have to keep pace with the changing times. →  See also at a snail's pace Moving on foot
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