Complete Definition of "trace"

see|tracé
English
wikipedia
Pronunciation
IPA|/treɪs/
audio|en-us-trace.ogg|Audio (US)

Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-eɪs|-eɪs

Noun
en-noun

  1. A mark left as a sign of passage of a person or animal.
  2. A very small amount.
  3. electronics An electric current-carrying conductive pathway on a printed circuit board.
  4. An informal road or prominent path in an arid area.

Translations
trans-top|mark left as a sign of passage
Croatian: t-|hr|trag|m
Czech: t-|cs|stopa|f
Japanese: JAchar|è·¡ (ato)
trans-mid
Portuguese: vestígio m
trans-bottom

Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Telugu: à°à°¨à°µà°¾à°²à± (aanavaalu)

Verb
trace

  1. To follow the trail of.
  2. To draw or sketch.
  3. To copy onto a sheet of transparent paper.

Translations
trans-top|to draw or sketch
Portuguese: traçar
trans-mid
trans-bottom

Related terms
tracing

Anagrams
react


French

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /tÊas/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /tRas/

Noun
trace f

  1. trace, track

Verb form
trace

  1. first-, third-person singular indicative present of tracer
  2. first-, third-person singular subjunctive present of tracer
  3. second-person singular imperative of tracer

Category:French verb forms

de:trace
fa:trace
fr:trace
ko:trace
io:trace
hu:trace
pl:trace
pt:trace
ru:trace
simple:trace
fi:trace
sv:trace
te:trace
vi:trace
tr:trace

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