Hindi translation of 'pace'
pace /peɪs पेइस्/
Word forms: paces, pacing, paced
1. uncountable noun
The pace of something is the speed at which it happens or is done.
रफ़्तार nf, गति , nf
Many people were not satisfied with the pace of change.
...the gentle pace of life on the island.
the pace of something
the pace of change/reform/growth/expansion
a brisk/fast/record/slow pace
2. singular noun
Your pace is the speed at which you walk.
गति nf, रफ़्तार , nf
He moved at a faster pace.
3. countable noun
A pace is the distance you move when you take one step.
I took a pace backwards.
4. transitive or intransitive verb
If you pace a small area, you keep walking up and down it, because you are anxious or impatient.
चहलकदमी करना/चहलकदमी करना, टहलना
Kravis paced the room nervously.
He found John pacing around the flat.
To keep pace with something that is changing means to change quickly in response to it.
समगति से चलना
Their wages did not keep pace with inflation.
If you do something at your own pace, you do it at a speed that is comfortable for you.
अपनी रफ़्तार से चलना
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Example Sentences Including 'pace'
The strong current was wrenching her away from her quiet past, slow at the moment, but the pace was gathering beneath her.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Simply trying to keep her pace down to a stroll took every ounce of effort she had to give.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Had to keep using the names), struggling to keep her breath at the pace they were moving.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
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'pace' in Other Languages
- Arabic: سُرْعَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: passo
- Chinese: 步
- Croatian: tempo
- Czech: tempo rychlost
- Danish: hastighed
- Dutch: tempo stap
- European Spanish: paso ritmo
- Finnish: askel tahti
- French: allure
- German: Schritt
- Greek: βήμα
- Italian: ritmo
- Japanese: 歩調
- Korean: 보조
- Norwegian: skritt
- Polish: tempo
- Portuguese: ritmo
- Romanian: ritm ritmuri
- Russian: частота
- Spanish: paso ritmo
- Swedish: tempo
- Thai: จังหวะความเร็ว
- Turkish: adım
- Ukrainian: хід
- Vietnamese: bước chân
- Brazilian Portuguese: andar impacientemente
- Chinese: 在…走来走去因焦虑或不耐烦
- European Spanish: caminar de arriba a abajo
- French: faire les cent pas dans
- German: auf und ab gehen in
- Italian: camminare su e giù per
- Japanese: うろうろ歩き回る
- Korean: >서성거리다초조하거나 화가나서
- Portuguese: andar impacientemente
- Spanish: caminar de arriba a abajo
Translation of pace from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary