peis 1. noun
1) (a step: He took a pace forward.) skritt, steg
2) (speed of movement: a fast pace.) fart, tempo
2. verb
(to walk backwards and forwards (across): He paced up and down.) gå fram og tilbake
- keep pace with
- pace out
- put someone through his paces
- set the pace
- show one's paces
subst. \/peɪs\/
1) skritt, steg
she was only ten paces away
hun var bare ti skritt unna
2) hastighet, fart, tempo, takt
he could not stand the pace
han klarte ikke å henge med
3) gange, måte å gå på
4) (om hest) gangart
5) (kortform for ambling pace) passgang
6) (militærvesen) marsjtakt
at a slow pace langsomt, med langsomme skritt
at a walking pace gående (om hest) i skritt
change of pace temposkifte
force the pace sette opp takten\/farten
go the pace skyte fart holde høy fart leve sterkt, slå seg løs, la humla suse
keep pace with holde tritt med
keep the pace holde tempoet, holde farten, følge med
put a horse through his paces la en hest vise hva den kan, la en hest vise sine kunster
put somebody through his paces la noen få vise hva han er god for, sette noen på prøve
quicken one's pace øke farten
set the pace bestemme farten, bestemme tempoet, dra (i løp)
verb \/peɪs\/
1) skride, skritte, gå med avmålte skritt
2) (om hest) gå i passgang
3) gå rastløst frem og tilbake, gå opp og ned
4) dressere, lære opp
5) (sport) pace (være pacer for), dra (fart)
pace out skritte opp
she paced out a distance of 30 metres
hun skrittet opp en lengde på 30 meter
prep. \/ˈpeɪsɪ\/, \/ˈpɑːtʃeɪ\/ (latin) med all respekt for, med tillatelse av
pace Mr. Brown
med Browns tillatelse

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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