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Traducción de "pace" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

pace

noun /peis/
a step
paso
He took a pace forward.
speed of movement
paso
a fast pace.
pacemaker noun (medical) an electronic device to make the heart beats regular or stronger
marcapasos
He wears a heart pacemaker.
a person who sets the speed of a race.
liebre
keep pace with to go as fast as
llevar el mismo paso, ir al mismo ritmo
He kept pace with the car on his motorbike.
pace out phrasal verb to measure by walking along, across etc with even steps
medir a pasos
She paced out the room.
put someone etc through his etc paces to make someone etc show what he etc can do
poner a alguien a prueba
He put his new car through its paces.
set the pace to go forward at a particular speed which everyone else has to follow
marcar el paso; marcar la pauta
Her experiments set the pace for future research.
show one’s paces to show what one can do
mostrar uno sus habilidades/talentos
They made the horse show its paces.
(Definition of pace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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