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ace

  

      n  
1    any die, domino, or any of four playing cards with one spot  
2    a single spot or pip on a playing card, die, etc.  
3      (Tennis)   a winning serve that the opponent fails to reach  
4      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   a hole in one  
5    a fighter pilot accredited with destroying several enemy aircraft  
6    Informal   an expert or highly skilled person  
an ace at driving     
7    an ace up one's sleeve or an ace in the hole   a hidden and powerful advantage  
8    hold all the aces   to have all the advantages or power  
9    play one's ace   to use one's best weapon or resource  
10    within an ace of   almost to the point of  
he came within an ace of winning     
      adj  
11    Informal   superb; excellent  
      vb  
12    tr     (Tennis)   to serve an ace against  
13      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   to play (a hole) in one stroke  
14      (U.S. and Canadian)   to perform extremely well or score very highly in (an examination, etc.)  
     (C13: via Old French from Latin as a unit, perhaps from a Greek variant of heis one)  


ACE  
      n acronym for  
1    (in Britain) Advisory Centre for Education; a private organization offering advice on schools to parents  
2    Allied Command Europe  
3    angiotensin-converting enzyme  
   See       ACE inhibitor  
ACE inhibitor  
      n   any one of a class of drugs, including captopril and enalpapril, that cause the arteries to widen by preventing the synthesis of angiotensin: used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure  
     (C20: from a(ngiotensin-)c(onverting) e(nzyme) inhibitor)  
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hole in one     (Golf)  
      n  
1    a shot from the tee that finishes in the hole  
      vb  
2    intr   to score a hole in one,   (Also (esp. U.S.))    ace         


ace  
      n  
1    any die, domino, or any of four playing cards with one spot  
2    a single spot or pip on a playing card, die, etc.  
3      (Tennis)   a winning serve that the opponent fails to reach  
4      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   a hole in one  
5    a fighter pilot accredited with destroying several enemy aircraft  
6    Informal   an expert or highly skilled person  
an ace at driving     
7    an ace up one's sleeve or an ace in the hole   a hidden and powerful advantage  
8    hold all the aces   to have all the advantages or power  
9    play one's ace   to use one's best weapon or resource  
10    within an ace of   almost to the point of  
he came within an ace of winning     
      adj  
11    Informal   superb; excellent  
      vb  
12    tr     (Tennis)   to serve an ace against  
13      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   to play (a hole) in one stroke  
14      (U.S. and Canadian)   to perform extremely well or score very highly in (an examination, etc.)  
     (C13: via Old French from Latin as a unit, perhaps from a Greek variant of heis one)  
ACE  
      n acronym for  
1    (in Britain) Advisory Centre for Education; a private organization offering advice on schools to parents  
2    Allied Command Europe  
3    angiotensin-converting enzyme  
   See        ACE inhibitor         
ACE inhibitor  
      n   any one of a class of drugs, including captopril and enalpapril, that cause the arteries to widen by preventing the synthesis of angiotensin: used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure  
     (C20: from a(ngiotensin-)c(onverting) e(nzyme) inhibitor)  

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ACE  
      n acronym for  
1    (in Britain) Advisory Centre for Education; a private organization offering advice on schools to parents  
2    Allied Command Europe  
3    angiotensin-converting enzyme  
   See       ACE inhibitor  


ace  
      n  
1    any die, domino, or any of four playing cards with one spot  
2    a single spot or pip on a playing card, die, etc.  
3      (Tennis)   a winning serve that the opponent fails to reach  
4      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   a hole in one  
5    a fighter pilot accredited with destroying several enemy aircraft  
6    Informal   an expert or highly skilled person  
an ace at driving     
7    an ace up one's sleeve or an ace in the hole   a hidden and powerful advantage  
8    hold all the aces   to have all the advantages or power  
9    play one's ace   to use one's best weapon or resource  
10    within an ace of   almost to the point of  
he came within an ace of winning     
      adj  
11    Informal   superb; excellent  
      vb  
12    tr     (Tennis)   to serve an ace against  
13      (Golf)     (chiefly U.S.)   to play (a hole) in one stroke  
14      (U.S. and Canadian)   to perform extremely well or score very highly in (an examination, etc.)  
     (C13: via Old French from Latin as a unit, perhaps from a Greek variant of heis one)  
ACE inhibitor  
      n   any one of a class of drugs, including captopril and enalpapril, that cause the arteries to widen by preventing the synthesis of angiotensin: used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure  
     (C20: from a(ngiotensin-)c(onverting) e(nzyme) inhibitor)  

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ace

  

      n  
1      (Cards, dice, etc.)   one, single point  
2      (informal)   adept, buff     (informal)   champion, dab hand     (Brit. informal)   expert, genius, hotshot     (informal)   master, maven     (U.S.)   star, virtuoso, whizz     (informal)   winner, wizard     (informal)  
      adj  
3      (informal)   awesome     (slang)   brilliant, champion, excellent, expert, fine, great, masterly, outstanding, superb, virtuoso  

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