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Synonyms for pace
ˈpeɪ si, ˈpɑ tʃeɪ; Lat. ˈpɑ kɛpace

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. pace

    Synonyms:
    step, stride, tread, gait

    Antonyms:
    standing still

Princeton's WordNet

  1. pace, gaitnoun

    the rate of moving (especially walking or running)

    Synonyms:
    gait, tread, rate, tempo, stride, step, yard, footstep

  2. footstep, pace, step, stridenoun

    the distance covered by a step

    "he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"

    Synonyms:
    footstep, tread, gait, stone's throw, stair, yard, whole tone, step, tempo, measure, footfall, dance step, gradation, tone, rate, whole step, footmark, footprint, stride

  3. pace, ratenoun

    the relative speed of progress or change

    "he lived at a fast pace"; "he works at a great rate"; "the pace of events accelerated"

    Synonyms:
    gait, tread, rate, tempo, charge per unit, stride, step, yard, footstep

  4. pace, stride, treadnoun

    a step in walking or running

    Synonyms:
    gait, tread, rate, tempo, stride, step, yard, footstep

  5. tempo, pacenoun

    the rate of some repeating event

    Synonyms:
    gait, pacing, tread, rate, tempo, stride, step, yard, footstep

  6. yard, paceverb

    a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride

    Synonyms:
    footstep, cubic yard, one thousand, gait, tread, railyard, railway yard, grounds, step, tempo, thou, curtilage, grand, thousand, rate, yard, stride, chiliad

  7. paceverb

    walk with slow or fast paces

    "He paced up and down the hall"

    Synonyms:
    step

  8. paceverb

    go at a pace

    "The horse paced"

    Synonyms:
    step

  9. pace, stepverb

    measure (distances) by pacing

    "step off ten yards"

    Synonyms:
    maltreat, tread, abuse, mistreat, step, ill-use, ill-treat

  10. paceverb

    regulate or set the pace of

    "Pace your efforts"

    Synonyms:
    step

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Editors Contribution

  1. take something in stride

    to cope with something unfortunate without much effort; to accept or manage difficulties well.

    he took it in stride when they attempted to ostracize him

    Submitted by anonymous on April 7, 2020  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. pacenoun

    Synonyms:
    step, tread

  2. pacenoun

    Synonyms:
    gait, manner of walking

  3. pacenoun

    Synonyms:
    amble (of a horse), pacing

  4. paceverb

    Synonyms:
    walk (with measured steps)

  5. paceverb

    Synonyms:
    go at a pace, go at an ambling gait

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. pacenoun

    Synonyms:
    amble, rack

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "pace":

    rhythm, tempo, rate, 'apce, speed, cadence, pacing, momentum, step, beat, capc, peace

Nicknames

  1. List of known nicknames for "Pace":

    Agostino Pace

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. PACE

    Synonyms:
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  2. PACE

    Synonyms:
    Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly

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How to use pace in a sentence?

  1. Charles Cooley:

    It is surely a matter of common observation that a man who knows no one thing intimately has no views worth hearing on things in general. The farmer philosophizes in terms of crops, soils, markets, and implements, the mechanic generalizes his experiences of wood and iron, the seaman reaches similar conclusions by his own special road; and if the scholar keeps pace with these it must be by an equally virile productivity.

  2. President Barack Obama on Wednesday:

    The vulnerabilities are significant and they're being exploited by not just state actors, but also non-state actors, criminal gangs, at an accelerated pace, so this is something that from a national security perspective and from an business perspective we're going to have to continue to concentrate on.

  3. The IEA:

    The bloc’s monthly calibration of supply may give it the flexibility to meet incremental demand by ramping up swiftly or adjusting output lower should the demand recovery fail to keep pace.

  4. Shrimani Raj Khanal:

    Our granaries are full and we have ample food stock, but we are not able to transport supplies at a faster pace.

  5. Richard Mallinson:

    We've definitely seen an improvement in global sentiment, we've also seen growing indications that the declines in U.S. production may be gathering pace again.

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Translations for pace

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  • سرعةArabic
  • аҙымBashkir
  • amb tot el respecte perCatalan, Valencian
  • krokCzech
  • Pass, Schritt, Geschwindigkeit, Tempo, PassgangGerman
  • ρυθμός, βήμαGreek
  • paŝoEsperanto
  • paso, trote, galope, ritmo, con todo respeto, con el debido respetoSpanish
  • askel, tahti, passi, liike, askellaji, jalkatyö, askelpari, laumaFinnish
  • tempo, pas, arpenter, rythme, trainFrench
  • lépésHungarian
  • քայլArmenian
  • ペース, 歩調, 歩測, だく足, 歩幅, 側対歩, 速度, 速度を保つ, アンブルJapanese
  • passus, paceLatin
  • gaita, solisLatvian
  • toihā, whetokoMāori
  • skritt, steg, skritte opp, taktNorwegian
  • steg, stege opp, taktNorwegian Nynorsk
  • passNorwegian
  • chodzić tam i z powrotem, tempo, krokPolish
  • passoPortuguese
  • umbla, ritm, tempo, pasRomanian
  • расхаживать, темп, шаг, походка, задавать темп, измерять шагами, поступь, иноходь, прохаживаться, шагать, скорость, аллюр, при всём моём уважении, при всём уваженииRussian
  • hitrost, korakSlovene
  • mwendoSwahili
  • வேகம்Tamil
  • ก้าวThai
  • крокUkrainian

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