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Definitions of pace:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To walk: to walk slowly: to amble.

part of speech: verb transitive

To measure by steps; to walk over with long, even steps; to train to go at a certain gait.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To walk with long, regular steps; to go at a swaying gait, as a horse.

part of speech: verb transitive

To measure by steps: to cause to progress: to regulate in motion.

part of speech: noun

PACER.

part of speech: verb

To measure by steps or paces; to walk slowly or deliberately.

part of speech: noun

A step; the space covered by a step in walking; as, he went twenty paces; gait, or manner of moving, such as a trot, gallop, etc.; a certain swaying gait of a horse; rate of speed; as, to keep up the pace.

part of speech: noun

A stride: ( mil.) the space left between the feet in one step, measured from heel to heel, and varying from 80 to 86 inches: a step: space between the feet in ordinary walking, 2 1/ 2 feet: gait: rate of motion ( of a man or beast): mode of stepping in horses in which the legs on the same side are lifted together: amble.

part of speech: noun

A step; a stride or stretch between the two feet in walking, equal to about two and a half feet; a measure of five feet; manner of walking; a particular movement which horses are taught; degree of celerity.

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