Übersetzung für 'paced' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to pace | paced | paced
pacing | paces
sb. paced [stepped]jd. durchschritt
2 Wörter
fast-paced {adj}flott
fast-paced {adj}rasant
fast-paced {adj}temporeich
fast-paced {adj}tempogeladen
fast-paced {adj} [e.g. society]schnelllebig [z. B. Gesellschaft]
paced off {past-p}abgeschritten
self-paced {adj}selbstbestimmt
self-paced {adj}im eigenen Tempo
self-paced {adj}aus eigenem Antrieb
slow-paced {adj}langsam
slow-paced {adj}gemütlich [langsam]
thorough-paced {adj}Erz-
3 Wörter
machine-paced workmaschinenabhängige Arbeit {f}
motor-paced race
Steherrennen {n}
motor-paced racer
Steher {m} [Radsport]
5+ Wörter
She paced up and down.Sie schritt auf und ab.
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Hall broke the world motor-paced hour record in 1903, completing 54.34 miles (87.391 kilometres).
  • The album has been described as having "catchy melodies, fast paced songs, mid paced songs, epic songs" and will have a "hard rock" sound with "power ballads" and "heavier guitar work".
  • "Idalina Compassada" is slower-paced, while "Idalina" is slightly faster-paced.
  • He notably won a stage of the 1989 Tour de Suisse and the 1995 European Motor-paced Championships.
  • His music blends raï with chaabi, Arabic pop and other musical styles of the Maghreb. Kader's songs range from slow-paced sentimental love songs to fast-paced dance songs.

  • Martin Wierstra (29 May 1928 – 23 October 1985) was a professional cyclist from the Netherlands who specialized in motor-paced racing.
  • In 1967 he won a bronze medal at the UCI Motor-paced World Championships in his native Amsterdam. He won a national title in motor-paced racing in 1966 and finished in second place in 1967–1969.
  • He won every national championship in motor-paced racing between 1986 and 1989.
  • Jean-Jacques Lamboley (10 August 1920 – 20 July 1999) was a French cyclist who specialised in motor-paced racing.
  • Robert "Toto" Grassin (17 September 1898 – 26 June 1980) was a French cyclist who specialized in motor-paced racing.

  • After winning two six-day road races, in Paris in 1929 and in Marseille in 1930, he focused on motor-paced racing and won the national championships and UCI Motor-paced World Championships in 1936.
  • Between 1920 and 1926 he won five medals at the UCI Motor-paced World Championships, including a gold medal in 1923.
  • His son Carsten Podlesch was also a prominent rider in motor-paced racing and won two world titles and his brother Karsten Podlesch competed in motor-paced racing as a pacer.
  • Horst Gnas (born 3 September 1941) is a retired German cyclist who specialized in motor-paced racing.
  • A self-paced program is conducted named 'TATA – Harvard Manage Mentor self-paced e-learning program' by Harvard Manage Mentor, in association with Harvard Business School Publishing, providing 44 different programs for Tata employees.

  • Coursework is self-paced and based upon mastery learning. Students work with certified teachers in self-paced, asynchronous classes to revise their assignments until they have demonstrated mastery.
  • From 1893 to 1895, Hélène Dutrieu set several women's paced hour records, ending with 39.190 km at Vélodrome Roubaisien.
  • The event was known as the amateur motor paced championships from 1970 to 1993, and simply the motor paced championships from 1994 to 1999; it was held at a distance of 50 km.
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