Pacing in spanish

Ritmo

pronunciation: ritmoʊ part of speech: noun
In gestures

pace3 = andar de un lado para otro, andar de arriba para abajo. [Generalmente como señal de impaciencia]

Example: The librarian should not pace behind the counter when the patron is using an item at the counter.

more:

» outpace = aventajar, dejar atrás, superar. [También escrito out-pace. Pincha en para ver una lista de palabras que comienzan con este prefijo usado para indicar generalmente que una persona o cosa supera a otra]

Example: Technology is outpacing most countries and the international community.

pace4 = controlarse, administrarse, dosificarse. 

Example: Reference librarians can help alleviate technostress by establishing a relaxed, psychologically supportive atmosphere, pacing their instruction, and using active learning.

more:

» pace + Reflexivo = dosificarse.

Example: If Carwin would have paced himself better he would have beaten Brock in their last fight.

pacing = ritmo. 

Example: Computers have unique attributes for individualized, effective instruction, including variable lesson pacing controlled by the patient.
Pacing synonyms:
tempo in spanish: tempo, pronunciation: tempoʊ part of speech: noun
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