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  1. ace

    • IPA[eɪs]

    英式

    • n.
      a playing card with a single spot on it, ranked as the highest card in its suit in most card games;a person who excels at a particular sport or other activity
    • adj.
      very good
    • v.
      (in tennis and similar games) serve an ace against (an opponent);score an ace on (a hole) or with (a shot)
    • verb: ace, 3rd person present: aces, gerund or present participle: acing, past tense: aced, past participle: aced

    • noun: ace, plural noun: aces

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a playing card with a single spot on it, ranked as the highest card in its suit in most card games the ace of diamonds life had started dealing him aces again
    • 2. informal a person who excels at a particular sport or other activity a motorcycle ace
    • a pilot who has shot down many enemy aircraft a Battle of Britain ace
    • 3. (in tennis and similar games) a service that an opponent is unable to return and thus wins a point Nadal banged down eight aces in the set
    • informal a hole in one his hole in one at the 15th was Senior's second ace as a professional

    形容詞

    • 1. informal very good an ace swimmer Ace! You've done it!

    動詞

    • 1. (in tennis and similar games) serve an ace against (an opponent) he can ace opponents with serves of no more than 62 mph
    • score an ace on (a hole) or with (a shot) there was a prize for the first player to ace the hole
    • 2. North American achieve high marks in (a test or exam) I aced my grammar test
    • outdo someone in a competitive situation the magazine won an award, acing out its rivals