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Tempoya ayak uyduramıyorum. - I cannot keep up the pace.

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

{f} volta atmak
{i} (yürürken atılan) adım
yürürken atılan adım
adim atmak
adımla ölçmek
ağır ya da düzgün adımlarla yürümek
{f} gezin

Trafik adım adım ilerledi. - The traffic crept along at a snail's pace.

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


Lütfen çok hızlı yürüme. Sana ayak uyduramıyorum. - Please don't walk so fast. I can't keep pace with you.

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

koşu ya da yürüyüş hızını belirlemek
{f} adımla

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

(edat) İzniyle: "İ have not, pace my detractors, entered into any secret negotiations."
put one through his paces bir kimsenin kabiliyetini denemek
{i} uygun adım yürüyüş
bir a dımda katedilen mesafe
{i} hız, tempo, gidiş
(Askeri) Yürüyüş saati, hızı
set the için pace yarış veya yürüyüşte sürati tayin etmek

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

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.

{f} düzene sokmak
{i} bir adımda alınan yol
{f} hızını ayarlamak
{i} gidiş, yürüyüş
{f} rahvan gitmek
{f} bir

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

Bu hoş bir değişiklik. - This is a nice change of pace.

(Askeri) (GROUND FORCES) YÜRÜYÜŞ HIZI (KARA KUVVETLERİ): Kara Kuvvetlerinde, önceden belirtilmiş ortalama yürüyüş hızını düzenleyen bir kol veya unsurun hızı
yürüyüş sürati
ilerleme hızı
pace up and down
Sinirli bir şekilde gidip gelmek
pace back and forth
volta atmak
pace back and forth/pace up and down
bir aşağı bir yukarı yürümek/dolaşmak, volta atmak
pace car
hız araba
pace maker
hız maker
pace of life
hayat temposu
pace back and
bir aşağı bir yukarı yürümek/dolaşmak, volta atmak
pace maker
pace of life
hayatın akışı
pace of life
yaşam temposu
pace off
pace off
adımla ölçmek
pace out
pace out
adımla ölçmek
pace setter
(Askeri) YÜRÜYÜŞ HIZI BELİRLEYİCİSİ: Kol komutanı tarafından seçilmiş kol hızını düzenlemek ve harekat emrini yerine getirmek için elzem olan yürüyüş hızını oluşturmak üzere öndeki araçta veya unsurda yolculuk yapan birey
pace up and down
bir aşağı bir yukarı gitmek
pace up and down
volta atmak
keep pace with
-e ayak uydurmak
at a snail pace
(Ev ile ilgili) Çok yavaş, çok yavaşca
keep pace with someone
Birine ayak uydurrmak
keep pace
(deyim) keep pace with someone/sth. ayak uydurmak
keep pace with something
Birşeye ayak uydurrmak
keep up pace with the technology
teknolojiye ayak uydurmak
keep up pace with the technology
teknolojiyi takip etmek
at a snail's pace
ağır aksak
force the pace
sürati artırmak
keep pace with
ayak uydurmak
keep pace with
military pace
askeri yürüyüş
snail's pace
kaplumbağa hızı
accelerating pace
adımları hızlandırıyor
accommodate one´s pace/step to
birine ayak uydurmak
at a glacial pace
Çok yavaş bir şekilde (Buzulların ilerleme hızına benzetilerek)

Time seemed to go at a glacial pace.

at a snail's pace
bir salyangoz hızında
at pace
at your own pace
kendi hızı
change of pace
hız değişimi
even pace
Hatta hızı
furious pace
şiddetli hız
gather pace
hız kazanmak
hold pace with so.
ile tütün hızı o kadar
increase so.'s pace
artış çok. 'ayak s
keep up the pace
yürürken yanımızdakine ayak uydurmak
negotiation that advances at a slow pace
müzakere ki düşük bir hızda ilerler
rahvan giden at
pick the pace
(deyim) İşi hızlandırmak
pick up the pace
hız almak
set pace
set hızı
set the pace
örnek olmak
to keep pace
ayak uydurmak
accommodate one's pace
birine ayak uydurmak
at a great pace
büyük bir hızla
at a rattling pace
tıkır tıkır
click pace
(Bilgisayar) adım tıklatma
complex vector pace
(Matematik) karmaşık vektör uzayı
force the pace
force the pace
go the pace
bolluk içinde yaşamak
go the pace
hızlı koşmak
go the pace
çok harcamak
keep pace with the fashion
modayı takip etmek
{i} yarışta hızı ayarlayan kimse
hız denetimi,n.adımlama: v.adımla: prep.adımlayarak
quicken one's pace
pergelleri açmak
quicken one's pace
adımlarını hızlandırmak
set the pace
yarışta hızı ayarlamak
set the pace
(deyim) yaris veya yuruyuste surati veya standarti tayin etmek,ornek olmak
set the pace for
(bir grup sporcunun) temposunu ayarlamak: He sets the pace for us. O bizim tempocumuz
stand the pace
(deyim) ayak uydurmak
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Police and Criminal Evidence Act, 1984
A step taken with the foot

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

Set the speed in a race
Measure by walking
A measure of the hardness of a pitch and of the tendency of a cricket ball to maintain its speed after bouncing
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)
The collective noun for donkeys
With all due respect to
A 2-beat, lateral gait of a horse
Describing a bowler who bowls fast balls
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.

Speed or velocity

The pace of the Olympic walk is much greater than normal human walking.

Walk to and fro in a small space

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

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
{v} to move gently, to measure by steps
{n} a step, gait, degree, measure of five feet
{n} the sheep of S. America, shaped like a camel
(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."
To proceed; to pass on
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
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
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
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
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{i} step, stride; tempo; rate; speed of progress
go at a pace; "The horse paced"
To develop, guide, or control the pace or paces of; to teach the pace; to break in
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
a step in walking or running
To go; to walk; specifically, to move with regular or measured steps
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)。
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
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
the rate of moving (especially walking or running) measure (distances) by pacing; "step off ten yards"
The speed at which the story and action in a play runs
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" 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
the overall rhythm of the team or of a player
tempo or speed
Elizabethan for a pass or a walking step
measure (distances) by pacing; "step off ten yards"
To pass away; to die
(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
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
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
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
Specifically, a kind of fast amble; a rack
Your pace is the speed at which you walk. He moved at a brisk pace down the rue St Antoine
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"
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A slow gait; a footpace
Any single movement, step, or procedure
go at a pace; "The horse paced
To walk over with measured tread; to move slowly over or upon; as, the guard paces his round
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
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
A pace is the distance that you move when you take one step. He'd only gone a few paces before he stopped again
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
For ground forces, the speed of a column or element regulated to maintain a prescribed average speed
{e} with the permission of, with the indulgence of
{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
the rate of moving (especially walking or running)
The speed of speech or movement, often used in building up or down to a climax
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the distance covered by a step; "he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
pace car
A car that other cars drive behind before a race starts
pace cars
plural form of pace car
pace egg
A hard-boiled coloured egg traditionally made at Easter, often given to relatives and friends as a token of goodwill. It was traditional to jarp with the eggs before eating them
pace eggs
plural form of pace egg
pace notes
Detailed notes describing the route to be driven in rally racing, read by the codriver to the driver
pace setter
An individual, selected by the column commander, who travels in the lead vehicle or element to regulate the column speed and establish the pace necessary to meet the required movement orderJoint Publication 1-02 U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms; 12 April 2001 (As Amended Through 14 April 2006)
pace setter
The runner or driver or rider in the lead
pace setters
plural form of pace setter
A hard boiled coloured egg traditionally made at Easter, often given to relatives and friends as a token of goodwill. It was traditional to jarp with the eggs before eating them
pace up and down
Walk over and over the same short route nervously or anxiously
pace car
A usually high-performance automobile that leads a group of competing cars through the pace lap of a race but does not participate in the race
pace car
{i} (Automobile Racing) car leading the group of competing cars around the course before the race starts and then pulls off the course
pace car
a high-performance car that leads a parade of competing cars through the pace lap and then pulls off the course
pace lap
the first lap of a car race that prepares the cars for a fast start
pace lap
The initial lap of a motor vehicle race in which the racers warm up their engines and prepare for a fast start
pace of life
speed of life, pace of daily activity
pace up and down
walk back and forth
instrument which guards the heart's beats of activity
A British lightweight railbus diesel multiple unit of class 140, 141, 142, 143 or 144
keep pace
To run at the same speed as a pacesetter
keep pace
To progress at the same rate as another; to keep up

As he had grown older, he found that he had grown away from his people. Their interests and his were far removed. They had not kept pace with him, nor could they understand aught of the many strange and wonderful dreams that passed through the active brain of their human king. So limited was their vocabulary that Tarzan could not even talk with them of the many new truths, and the great fields of thought that his reading had opened up before his longing eyes, or make known ambitions which stirred his soul.

medium pace
describing a style of bowling, intermediate in speed between spin and pace, in which the bowler uses swing or seam to take wickets
mend one's pace
To speed up, travel faster; also, to adjust one's speed to match that of a companion

The hurt nigger moaned feebly somewhere near by, and then fetched a deep sigh that made me mend my pace away from there.

Short for pacemaker
requiescant in pace
May they rest in peace. Abbreviation: R.I.P. Singular: requiescat in pace
requiescat in pace
May he or she rest in peace. Abbreviation: R.I.P
set the pace
To establish a common goal by example

In May 2003, South Africa set the pace by banning thin plastic bags and imposing a tax on thick ones.

set the pace
To establish the speed for a group to move at, for example in a race
snail's pace
A very slow pace

My grandmother drives her car at a snail's pace.

at a snail pace
Very slowly
keep pace with someone
Go as fast or go at the same rate as someone
keep pace with something
Go as fast or go at the same rate as something
{n} having or taught a certain kind of gait
{n} one who or that which paces, a horse
(Spor) A baseball thrown with little velocity when the batter is expecting a fastball, change-up, change-of-pace ball, off-speed pitch
pick up the pace
Go a little faster, step on it. "We're walking rather slowly. Can we pick up the pace?"
accelerate the pace
go faster, quicken the speed
accelerating the pace
quickening the speed or rate
at a slack pace
at a slow rate, at a sluggish speed
at a snail's pace
very slowly, at an extremely slow speed
future pace
The process of placing new or desired behaviours, capabilities and or perceptual filters into the future for use in appropriate times and places (See Simulation Programming)
future pace
Process of mentally practicing (rehearsing) an event before it happens One of the key processes for ensuring the permanency of an outcome, a frequent and key ingredient in most NLP interventions
future pace
Rehearsing in all systems so that a specific behavior, or set of behaviors, becomes linked and sequenced in response to the appropriate cues and occurs naturally and automatically in future situations
geometric pace
a modern version of the Roman pace now taken to be 5 feet
go at a good pace
advance quickly, move quickly, travel quickly
increase one's pace
move faster
keep pace
maintain the same pace; "The child cannot keep step with his big brother"
keep pace with
move forward with; not fall behind
mend one's pace
accelerate one's pace, speed up, start to move faster
military pace
the length of a single step in marching (taken to be 30 inches for quick time or 36 inches for double time)
past of pace
Having, or trained in, [such] a pace or gait; trained; used in composition; as, slow- paced; a thorough-paced villain
{s} having a particular pace (e.g. "fast-paced"); measured by steps; running at a set pace
If you talk about the way that something such as a film or book is paced, you are referring to the speed at which the story is told. This excellent thriller is fast paced and believable
One who, or that which, paces; especially, a horse that paces
A short period of time devoted to slowing, resting, and realligning a human's internal posture (See Documentation Page D 1 1)
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 breed of horse used in harness races
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a horse trained to a special gait in which both feet on one side leave the ground together
One who paces
{i} one who determines speed in a race; horse that sets the pace in a horse race; one who paces; pacemaker
a horse used to set the pace in racing
This horse moves its legs in lateral pairs, rather than the conventional diagonal pairs
plural of pace
third-person singular of pace
The content and pacing of curriculum and instruction are matched to students' abilities and needs Students move ahead on the basis of mastery Differentiation in pacing and/or depth is provided
B4 2, p60
A procedure whereby a receiving component controls the rate of transmission of a sending component in order to prevent buffer congestion See session-level pacing, virtual route pacing, and flow control
Joining other in their reality and building rapport before starting to lead somewhere different You can pace at any level from behavior to values and beliefs
walking with slow regular strides
The practice of making travel arrangements in such a way that sufficient time will be allotted for various activities
The speed at which the writer moves the reader through the story Long passages of narrative slow pacing, while dialogue exchanges speed pacing Note: The pacing of the book is not the same as the time covered in the story
Walking back and forth with no apparent destination
(1) A technique by which a receiving component controls the rate of transmission of a sending component to prevent overrun or congestion
Front and rear feet taking a step simultaneously on the same side of the body
(music) the speed at which a composition is to be played
the amount of time that is spent on a task
setting one’s own reading rate by using a pattern appropriate for the reading task
present participle of pace
Pacing is a "quick and dirty" method for estimating distances One simply walks from one point to another, counting steps Knowing the length of one's step allows a quick estimation of the distance With practice, pacing estimates will typically be accurate to within 2%
Matching or mirroring another person's nonverbal and / or verbal behavior Useful for gaining rapport, sometimes preparatory to leading or intervening (See Mirroring, also Matching)
The speed at which a lesson moves
Gaining and maintaining rapport with another by joining their model of the world by matching their language, beliefs, values, current experience, etc , crucial to rapport building
quicken the pace
increase the rate of speed, accelerate the pace
roman pace
85 English feet measured as the distance from the heel of one foot to the heel of the same foot when next it touches the ground
roman pace
an ancient Roman unit of length 4
set the pace
use an example; set the rhythm
snail's pace
very slowly, in a sluggish rhythm