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Definitions of pace word
- noun pace a rate of movement, especially in stepping, walking, etc.: to walk at a brisk pace of five miles an hour. 1
- noun pace a rate of activity, progress, growth, performance, etc.; tempo. 1
- noun pace any of various standard linear measures, representing the space naturally measured by the movement of the feet in walking: roughly 30 to 40 inches (75 cm to 1 meter). Compare geometrical pace, military pace, Roman pace. 1
- noun pace a single step: She took three paces in the direction of the door. 1
- noun pace the distance covered in a step: Stand six paces inside the gates. 1
- noun pace a manner of stepping; gait. 1
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Origin of pace
First appearance:before 1250
One of the 11% oldest English words
1250-1300; Middle English pas < Old French < Latin passus step, pace, equivalent to pad-, variant stem of pandere to spread (the legs, in walking) + -tus suffix of v. action, with dt > ss
Parts of speech for Pace
A common word. It’s meaning is known to most children of preschool age. About 97% of English native speakers know the meaning and use the word.
Most Europeans know this English word. The frequency of it’s usage is somewhere between "mom" and "screwdriver".
pace usage trend in Literature
Synonyms for pace
- ambulate — to wander about or move from one place to another
- antecede — to go before, as in time, order, etc; precede
- anteceding — to go before, in time, order, rank, etc.; precede: Shakespeare antecedes Milton.
- antedate — to be or occur at an earlier date than
- backdate — If a document or an arrangement is backdated, it is valid from a date before the date when it is completed or signed.
- anabases — any small fish of the genus Anabas, of ponds and swamps in Africa and southeastern Asia.
- anabasis — the march of Cyrus the Younger and his Greek mercenaries from Sardis to Cunaxa in Babylonia in 401 bc, described by Xenophon in his Anabasis
- briskness — quick and active; lively: brisk trading; a brisk walk.
- carriage — A carriage is an old-fashioned vehicle, usually for a small number of passengers, which is pulled by horses.
- chronology — The chronology of a series of past events is the times at which they happened in the order in which they happened.
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