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Definition of "aces" []

  • Any die, domino, or any of four playing cards with one spot (noun)
  • A single spot or pip on a playing card, die, etc (noun)
  • A winning serve that the opponent fails to reach (noun)
  • A hole in one (noun)
  • A fighter pilot accredited with destroying several enemy aircraft (noun)
  • An expert or highly skilled person (noun)
  • Superb; excellent (adjective)
  • To serve an ace against (verb)
  • To play (a hole) in one stroke (verb)
  • To perform extremely well or score very highly in (an examination, etc) (verb)
  • Plural form of ace. (noun)

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  • A pair of aces. (noun)

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Use "aces" in a sentence
  • "A tenderfoot was watching a game of poker, He stood behind the dealer, and he saw the dealer deal himself four aces from the bottom of the deck."
  • "Serena had an 8-1 edge in aces and 19-7 in winners."
  • "So the young aces from the Mission come trooping in, and they want to see the head man."