Traducción de "pace" - Diccionario inglés-chino tradicional

pace

noun uk /peɪs/ us /peɪs/
SPEED 速度

B2 [ U ] the speed at which someone or something moves, or with which something happens or changes

(移動的)步調;(發生的)速度;節奏
a slow/fast pace 慢/快步
When she thought she heard someone following her, she quickened her pace. 她覺得聽見有人在尾隨她,便加快了腳步。
Could you slow down - I can't keep pace with (= walk or run as fast as) you. 您能走慢一點嗎——我跟不上您。
For many years this company has set the pace (= has been the most successful company) in the communications industry. 多年來該公司在電訊業一直處於領導地位。
These changes seem to me to be happening at too fast a pace. 這些變化在我看來發生得也太快了。
I don't like the pace of modern life. 我不喜歡現代生活的節奏。
→ See also pacemaker
force the pace

to make other people in a race go faster by going faster yourself

(在速度比賽中)透過加速迫使對手加速

[ U ] the ability of a football player or team to move quickly with the ball:

He plays on the right wing and has pace as well as skill.
Chelsea lacked pace up front.
STEP 腳步

[ C ] a single step, or the distance you move when you take a single step

一步;一步之距
Take two paces forwards/backwards. 向前/向後邁兩步。
The runner collapsed just a few paces from the finish. 那名賽跑選手在距終點線只有幾步之遙的地方倒下了。
verb uk /peɪs/ us /peɪs/
SPEED 速度

[ T ] to get someone to run a race at a particular speed, for example by running with them

為…定速度
pace yourself

C2 to be careful not to do something too quickly, so that you do not get too tired to finish it

控制自己的速度;調整自己的工作(或活動)節奏
No more soup, thank you. I'm pacing myself so that I have room for a dessert. 不要加湯了,謝謝!我在調整我的進食量,這樣我就能吃甜點。
STEP 腳步

C2 [ I + adv/prep, T ] to walk with regular steps in one direction and then back again, usually because you are worried or nervous

(通常因焦慮或擔憂而)來回踱步;走來走去
He paced the room nervously. 他緊張地在房間裡來回踱步。
He paced up and down, waiting for the doctor to call. 他踱來踱去,等著醫生叫他的名字。

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