(noun) A unit of lengthequal to 30inches (0.76 meter).
(noun) The distance spanned by a step or stride,especially:
(noun) The modernversion of the Romanpace,measuringfiveEnglishfeet.Alsocalledgeometricpace.
(noun)Thirtyinchesatquickmarchingtime or 36atdoubletime.
(noun) a single step in walking
(noun) the distance covered by a step
(noun) a measure of length equal to the average length of a stride, approximately 3 feet
(noun) speed of movement, esp of walking or running
(noun) rate or style of proceeding at some activity
(noun) manner or action of stepping, walking, etc; gait
(noun) any of the manners in which a horse or other quadruped walks or runs, the three principal paces being the walk, trot, and canter (or gallop)
(noun) a manner of moving, natural to the camel and sometimes developed in the horse, in which the two legs on the same side of the body are moved and put down at the same time
(noun) a step or small raised platform
(verb) to set or determine the pace for, as in a race
(verb) to walk with regular slow or fast paces, as in boredom, agitation, etc
(verb) to measure by paces
(verb) to walk with slow regular strides
(verb) (of a horse) to move at the pace (the specially developed gait)
Use "pace" in a sentence
"I've somehow molted the Camus of it all and have been walking at my own pace through the meat of New York City, ignoring the pedestrian traffic that I am fucking up by not keeping * the pace* and walking at the gait my mind sets for my body."
"That might feel ominous for Villas-Boas, whose team sit fourth in the Premier League, 14 points off the title pace and casting nervous glances back at the pack chasing the final Champions League spot."
"However, that said, given the amount of creative blindsiding we have been exposed to for two seasons already, I would not assume that this lapse in pace is something we are likely to see continue."