pace

peɪs

Перевод:

Noun: темп скорость шаг поступь
Verb: расхаживать шагать вышагивать измерять шагами
Adverb: с позволения

Фразы:

at (a) breakneck pace / speed - сломя голову, с головокружительной быстротой

brisk pace - скорый, быстрый шаг

to increase one's pace - ускорять шаг

killing pace - убийственная скорость

merry pace - быстрый шаг

at a fast pace - на большой скорости

brisk pace, fast pace, rapid pace - скорый, быстрый шаг

even pace, steady pace - ровная, постоянная скорость

gruelling pace, killing pace - ужасная, убийственная скорость

slack pace, slow pace, sluggish pace, snail's pace - медленный, черепаший шаг

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Примеры:

I slacked my pace. - Я замедлил шаг.

He lived at a fast pace. - Он жил в быстром темпе.

Step off twenty paces. - Отсчитай двадцать шагов.

I could hear him pacing the floor. - Я слышал, как он расхаживал по комнате взад и вперёд.

She walked at a brisk pace. - Она шла быстрым шагом.

They drive at a tremendous pace - Они мчатся с головокружительной скоростью.

The horse paced. - Лошадь шла иноходью.

The pace of the story was slow. - Сюжет рассказа развивался медленно.

the dizzy pace of our lives - головокружительный темп /сумасшедший ритм/ нашей жизни

We worked all night at a furious pace. - Мы всю ночь работали в бешеном темпе.

I paced along the shore, deep in thought. - Я брёл по берегу в задумчивости.

Traffic slowed to a walking pace. - Темп движения машин замедлился до скорости пешехода.

He drove away at a dashing pace. - Он уехал на огромной скорости.

Pace off three metres, and then stop. - Отойди на три метра и остановись.

We walked at a smart pace. - Мы прогуливались энергичным шагом.

He moved at a rattling pace. - Он шёл быстрым шагом.

He quickened his pace a little. - Он слегка ускорил шаг.

Kirov stepped back a pace. - Киров отступил на один шаг.

The horse trotted along at a steady pace. - Лошадь побежала ровным шагом.

He drove at a breathless pace. - Он ехал с бешеной скоростью.

the unhurried pace of a small town - неспешная жизнь небольшого городка

The usual pace of mules is an amble. - Обычный шаг мулов - иноходь.

The lead runner set a murderous pace. - Лидер забега задал убийственный темп.

Schumacher set a blistering pace. - Шумахер развил высокую скорость.

We walked the beach at a sedate pace. - Мы не спеша гуляли по пляжу. / Мы степенно бродили по берегу моря.

At first their pace was round, but then it soon slackened. - Сначала они шли быстро, но потом замедлили шаг

at a leisurely (or easygoing) pace - в неспешном (или облегчённом) темпе

He had slowed down to Sarah's pace. - Он сбавил шаг, чтобы идти вровень с Сарой.

The horses were not trained to the regular pace nor did they seem bitted for the use of the sword. - Лошади не были приучены ни к иноходи, ни к участию в бое на мечах.

They all went off at a slashing pace. - И все они удалились быстрым стремительным шагом.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you pace out or pace off a distance, you measure it by walking from one end of it to the other.

Связанные термины:

fast pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

half-pace: a small stage on which something stands

keep pace: If you keep pace with someone who is walking or running, you succeed in going as fast as them, so that you remain close to them.

pace car: an official starter's car that leads the competing race cars around the track for one lap ( pace lap ) before moving off the track

pace out: If you pace out or pace off a distance, you measure it by walking from one end of it to the other.

gentle pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

pace bowler: a bowler who characteristically delivers the ball rapidly

Roman pace: an ancient Roman measure of length, equal to 5 Roman feet or about 58 inches (147 centimetres )

steady pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

frantic pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

furious pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

glacial pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

military pace: the pace of a single step in marching, taken to be 30 inches for quick time (120 paces to the minute ) in both the British and US armies

snail's pace: a very slow or sluggish speed or rate

walking pace: the speed at which someone walks

geometric pace: a modern form of a Roman pace, a measure of length taken as 5 feet

leisurely pace: The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.

off the pace: behind the leader ; out of first place

set the pace: to do something which is regarded as a good example, so that other people then do the same thing

to keep pace: If something keeps pace with something else that is changing, it changes quickly in response to it.

change of pace: variation in tempo or mood, in the presentation of acts in a variety show, etc.

force the pace: to adopt a high speed or rate of procedure

keep pace with: to proceed at the same speed as

stand the pace: to keep up with the speed or rate of others

a cracking pace: If you say that someone or something is moving at a cracking pace, you mean that they are moving very quickly.

keep pace (with): to go at the same speed (as)

at a snail's pace: If you say that someone does something at a snail's pace, you are emphasizing that they are doing it very slowly, usually when you think it would be better if they did it much more quickly.

at one's own pace: If you do something at your own pace, you do it at a speed that is comfortable for you.

requiescat (in pace): may he or she rest (in peace )

pacesetter: A pacesetter is someone who is in the lead during part of a race or competition and therefore decides the speed or standard of the race or competition for that time.

someone can't stand the pace: said to mean that someone does not work or function effectively when they are under pressure, and so cannot compete or do things as well as other people

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Однокоренные слова:

pacer - иноходец, лидер, электрокардиостимулятор, задающий темп
pacify - усмирить, усмирять, умиротворять, успокаивать, укрощать, восстанавливать мир
pacable - кроткий, незлопамятный
paction - соглашение, договор, сделка

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