pace in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. paso, andadura, ritmo; andar, marcha
v. pasearse, amblar, andar al paso, ir al paso
prep. con el perdón de

pace in English

Pronunciation
[pacer] v. pasture, graze; run; browse; gnaw

Example Sentences

We walk with regular pace.
Vamos caminando con paso regular.
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Each person matures at his own pace.
Cada persona madura a su propio paso.
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He walked at a quick pace.
Caminaba a paso rápido.
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He's never quite adjusted to the pace of the city.
Nunca se adaptó del todo al ritmo de la ciudad.
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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.
Yo puedo describir China, especialmente en relación a las grandes ciudades como Beijing, en una frase - China es un país cuyo ritmo de vida es ambos rápido y sin prisa.
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I do things at my own pace.
Hago las cosas a mi propio paso.
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I wish I could live at a more relaxed pace, instead of having to watch the clock all the time.
Me gustaría poder vivir a un ritmo más relajado, en vez de tener que mirar el reloj todo el rato.
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If you need a change of pace, why don't you come for a visit?
Si necesitas un cambio de ritmo, ¿por qué no vienes a visitarnos?
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Let's do it at our own pace without hurrying.
Hagámoslo a nuestro propio ritmo, sin apresurarnos.
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The locals around here really live at a relaxed pace.
La gente de aquí lleva una vida relajada.
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Synonyms

1. gait: rate, step
2. stride: amble, canter, jog, rack, run



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