pacer

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İngilizce - Türkçe
rahvan giden at
{i} yarışta hızı ayarlayan kimse
pace
tempo

Ben işleri kendi tempomda yaparım. - I do things at my own pace.

Hadi, tempoyu artırın. - Come on, pick up the pace.

pace
yürüyüş
pace
hızını ayarlamak
pace
{f} volta atmak
pace
hız

Ben, özellikle Pekin gibi büyük şehirler ile ilgili olarak Çin'i tek bir cümleyle açıklayabilirim. - Çin, yaşam hızı hem hızlı hem de keyifli bir ülkedir. - I can describe China, especially in relation to big cities like Beijing, in one sentence - China is a country whose pace of life is both fast and leisurely.

Tom işleri kendi hızınızda yapar. - Tom does things at his own pace.

pace
{i} (yürürken atılan) adım
pace
arşınlamak
pace
yürürken atılan adım
pace
sahanlık
pace
ilerleme hızı
pace
adımla ölçmek
pace
adim atmak
pace
adımlamak
pace
sürat
pace
adım

Onlar ileriye doğru birkaç adım attılar. - They stepped a few paces forward.

Karanlık olmaya başladığında, ben adımlarımı hızlandırdım. - When it started to get dark, I quickened my pace.

pace
{f} gezin
pace
koşu ya da yürüyüş hızını belirlemek
pace
ağır ya da düzgün adımlarla yürümek
pace
(edat) İzniyle: "İ have not, pace my detractors, entered into any secret negotiations."
pace
{f} adımla

Karanlık olmaya başladığında, ben adımlarımı hızlandırdım. - When it started to get dark, I quickened my pace.

pace
yürümek
pace
rahvan gitmek
pace
izniyle
pace
uygun adım yürüyüş
pace
düzene sokmak
pace
{i} hız, tempo, gidiş
pace
{i} bir adımda alınan yol
pace
örn
pace
hızını

Biz inşaat hızının büyük daireler talebini karşılamaya yeterli olmadığı için üzgünüz. - We're sorry that the pace of construction is not sufficient to address the great demand for apartments.

Tom işleri kendi hızınızda yapar. - Tom does things at his own pace.

pace
set the için pace yarış veya yürüyüşte sürati tayin etmek
pace
put one through his paces bir kimsenin kabiliyetini denemek
pace
(Askeri) (GROUND FORCES) YÜRÜYÜŞ HIZI (KARA KUVVETLERİ): Kara Kuvvetlerinde, önceden belirtilmiş ortalama yürüyüş hızını düzenleyen bir kol veya unsurun hızı
pace
yürüyüş sürati
pace
{f} bir

İşte yoğun geçen birkaç günden sonra, Tom bir değişikliği iple çekiyor. - After a hectic few days at work, Tom is looking forward to a change of pace.

O büyük bir hızla yürüdü. - He walked at a quick pace.

pace
hatve
pace
{i} gidiş, yürüyüş
pace
bir a dımda katedilen mesafe
pace
(Askeri) Yürüyüş saati, hızı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A British lightweight railbus diesel multiple unit of class 140, 141, 142, 143 or 144
A breed of horse used in harness races
One who paces
Short for pacemaker
{n} one who or that which paces, a horse
a horse trained to a special gait in which both feet on one side leave the ground together a horse used to set the pace in racing
A short period of time devoted to slowing, resting, and realligning a human's internal posture (See Documentation Page D 1 1)
This horse moves its legs in lateral pairs, rather than the conventional diagonal pairs
a horse used to set the pace in racing
One who, or that which, paces; especially, a horse that paces
{i} one who determines speed in a race; horse that sets the pace in a horse race; one who paces; pacemaker
a horse trained to a special gait in which both feet on one side leave the ground together
Parent Alliance
PACE
Paper, Allied Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers International Union
PACE
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
PACE
Police and Criminal Evidence Act, 1984
medium pacer
a medium pace bowler
pace
An English Customary Unit of distance measuring approximately five feet.: English Customary Weights and Measures, © Russ Rowlett and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (§:  Distance, ¶ № 6)

I have perambulated your field, and estimate its perimeter to be 219 paces.

pace
Set the speed in a race
pace
A 2-beat, lateral gait of a horse
pace
Walk to and fro in a small space

Groups of men, in all imaginable attitudes, were lying, standing, sitting, or pacing up and down.

pace
A measure of the hardness of a pitch and of the tendency of a cricket ball to maintain its speed after bouncing
pace
Describing a bowler who bowls fast balls
pace
The collective noun for donkeys
pace
For ground forces, the speed of a column or element regulated to maintain a prescribed average speed.Joint Publication 1–02 U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms; 12 April 2001 (As Amended Through 14 April 2006)
pace
A step taken with the foot

Even at the duel, standing 10 paces apart, he could have satisfied Aaron’s honor.

pace
Measure by walking
pace
If you do something at your own pace, you do it at a speed that is comfortable for you. The computer will give students the opportunity to learn at their own pace
pace
{v} to move gently, to measure by steps
pace
{n} a step, gait, degree, measure of five feet
pace
{n} the sheep of S. America, shaped like a camel
pace
(preposition) With the permission of; with deference to. Used to express polite or ironically polite disagreement: "I have not, pace my detractors, entered into any secret negotiations."
Pacers
plural of Pacer
pace
The skill of maintaining a good steady pace in learning and demonstrating the skills specified for the course For details, see Sect 6c of "Student Strategies for Success in CBI Physics," module MISN-0-155, and your CBI Student Handbook
pace
If you pace a small area, you keep walking up and down it, because you are anxious or impatient. As they waited, Kravis paced the room nervously He found John pacing around the flat, unable to sleep She stared as he paced and yelled
pace
The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done. Many people were not satisfied with the pace of change. people who prefer to live at a slower pace Interest rates would come down as the recovery gathered pace. = speed
pace
the rate of moving (especially walking or running) measure (distances) by pacing; "step off ten yards"
pace
If something keeps pace with something else that is changing, it changes quickly in response to it. Farmers are angry because the rise fails to keep pace with inflation. = keep up
pace
Any single movement, step, or procedure
pace
"PACE" is an acronym for the "Personal Assessment of the College Environment," a climate survey administered in November 2000 to the faculty and staff of the College (both full-time and part-time employees) The same survey was administered in spring semester 1997 during the College's strategic planning effort Results of PACE will be used by self-study research committees PACE is administered by NILIE, the National Initiative for Leadership & Institutional Effectiveness, at North Carolina State University According the NILIE, "the purpose of the PACE instrument is to promote open and constructive communication and to establish priorities for change by obtaining the satisfaction estimate of employees concerning the campus climate " Self-study research committees were provided an opportunity to submit questions that could be added to PACE
pace
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
pace
Police and Criminal Evidence Act
pace
a step in walking or running the relative speed of progress or change; "he lived at a fast pace"; "he works at a great rate"; "the pace of events accelerated"
pace
Your pace is the speed at which you walk. He moved at a brisk pace down the rue St Antoine
pace
Specifically, a kind of fast amble; a rack
pace
the 'speed' at which a text moves; for example, an adventure story may be 'fast-moving' with lots of incident and dialogue, while a romantic novel may be 'slower', containing less action and more description
pace
a small aisle or passage way off the main nave aisle in a church; the nave seats in All Saints' are divided on each side by a pace
pace
The speed at which the story and action in a play runs
pace
To pass away; to die
pace
(1) n Any of the various units of distance based on the length of a human step (2) n A way to estimate the distance between two points each time your right (or left) foot touches the ground
pace
Philadelphia Automated Communications and Executions System
pace
the overall rhythm of the team or of a player
pace
tempo or speed
pace
The length of a step in walking or marching, reckoned from the heel of one foot to the heel of the other; used as a unit in measuring distances; as, he advanced fifty paces
pace
People Advancing Compassionate Ministries Monthly donors to various missionary ministry needs
pace
To go; to walk; specifically, to move with regular or measured steps
pace
A slow gait; a footpace
pace
regulate or set the pace of; "Pace your efforts"
pace
{i} step, stride; tempo; rate; speed of progress
pace
With all due respect to
pace
The speed of speech or movement, often used in building up or down to a climax
pace
the rate of moving (especially walking or running)
pace
For ground forces, the speed of a column or element regulated to maintain a prescribed average speed
pace
If you put someone through their paces or make them go through their paces, you get them to show you how well they can do something. The British coach is putting the boxers through their paces
pace
measure (distances) by pacing; "step off ten yards"
pace
{e} with the permission of, with the indulgence of
pace
{f} take regular steps; regulate the speed of; walk back and forth (especially while absorbed in anxious thought); measure an area by counting the number of even strides that must be taken to cross it
pace
The PACE enrollees are funded from another program Hence they are excluded from the Market Penetration reports Effective Jan-2002 some of the Pace Plans are paid by our program and will be included in the State county and State County Plan report
pace
To walk over with measured tread; to move slowly over or upon; as, the guard paces his round
pace
the relative speed of progress or change; "he lived at a fast pace"; "he works at a great rate"; "the pace of events accelerated"
pace
PACE is a full-time college transfer program for the full-time working adult
pace
a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91 44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride
pace
at a snail's pace: see snail
pace
walk with slow or fast paces; "He paced up and down the hall"
pace
A single movement from one foot to the other in walking; a step
pace
the rate of some repeating event
pace
To proceed; to pass on
pace
To move quickly by lifting the legs on the same side together, as a horse; to amble with rapidity; to rack
pace
A device in a loom, to maintain tension on the warp in pacing the web
pace
the distance covered by a step; "he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
pace
A broad step or platform; any part of a floor slightly raised above the rest, as around an altar, or at the upper end of a hall
pace
Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly   Sometimes referred to as Bienvivir
pace
A pace is the distance that you move when you take one step. He'd only gone a few paces before he stopped again
pace
n the overall rhythm of the team or of a player
pace
The pace is a two-beat lateral gait in which a horse moves both right feet and then moves both left feet In a pace the front and rear foot are picked up and then set down simultaneously making only one beat A pacing horse will move its head side to side to counter the motion of its feet
pace
Easter
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Police and Criminal Evidence Act (1984)
pace
To develop, guide, or control the pace or paces of; to teach the pace; to break in
pace
go at a pace; "The horse paced"
pace
a step in walking or running
pace
Speed or velocity
pace
n the overall rhythm of the team or of a player 始終的節奏(一位隊員或一支球隊打球的節奏)。
pace
The speed at which the ball is hit It's commonly used to mean a great deal of speed, but in fact a well-paced shot may be hit rather slowly A common tactic against a hard-hitting opponent is to vary the pace from one shot to the next
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. With four laps to go, he kept pace with the leaders = keep up
pace
1 The variation within the gait; e g , collected, working, lengthened, medium, extended The variation in meters per minute occurs ideally because of the change in stride lenght, with no change in tempo [NOTE: The FEI Rules for Dressage are at this time without any specific term for what in English (per Webster) is correctly called "pace " Further, the FEI translation of the French l'allure was "pace," rather than the more exact English translation of "gait" ] 2 A gait in which the lateral pairs of legs move in unison (also called "amble") - not a dressage gait
pace
If you pace yourself when doing something, you do it at a steady rate. It was a tough race and I had to pace myself
pace
go at a pace; "The horse paced
pace
Manner of stepping or moving; gait; walk; as, the walk, trot, canter, gallop, and amble are paces of the horse; a swaggering pace; a quick pace
pace
Elizabethan for a pass or a walking step
pace
Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly A model for managed health care programming which was developed as a demonstration project by On-Lok
pace
To measure by steps or paces; as, to pace a piece of ground
pace
An English Customary Unit of distance measuring approximately five feet
pace
Pace is the suburban bus division of RTA, which provides the fixed-route bus, paratransit, and vanpool services to communities throughout the suburbs and from suburban locations to the City of Chicago
pacers
plural of , pacer
pacer