Pace

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noun - Pace is the rate of speed at which a swimmer swims, especially relative to time or other competitions in a pool or an open water swimming race.

The young woman's pace was quicker than the veteran swimmer during the second half of the race.

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Middle English, from Old French pas, from Latin passus, from past participle of pandere, to stretch, spread out; see pet- in Indo-European roots.

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