measure by taking paces
walk with slow or regular steps
rate or speed in walking, running, advance of a plan
a single step in running or walking
a way that a horse walks or runs
"he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
"he lived at a fast pace"
"he works at a great rate"
"the pace of events accelerated"
"He paced up and down the hall"
"The horse paced"
"step off ten yards"
"Pace your efforts"
She took a couple of paces backwards.
出自： R. Dahl
Sentinels paced the rounds day and night.
出自： Ld Macaulay
The camel paced briskly after the jeep.
出自： R. Macaulay
He..was pacing up and down his minute room.
出自： J. I. M. Stewart
Illustrations will be confined to..British poets, pace an immigrant..like Yeats.
出自： D. Piper
She began to pace around the office.
She paces the whole class in studying English industriously.
They paced it off twenty feet.
They paced out the length of the garden.
I think the hall is 80 metres long; I'll pace it out.