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1lace/ˈleɪs/noun
plurallaces
1lace
/ˈleɪs/
noun
plurallaces
Learner's definition of LACE  
[count]  : a cord or string used for tying or holding things together
especially  : shoelace
[noncount]  : a very thin and light cloth made with patterns of holes — often used before another noun
2lace/ˈleɪs/verb
lacedlacing
2lace
/ˈleɪs/
verb
lacedlacing
Learner's definition of LACE  
[+ object]  : to pull a lace through the holes of (a shoe, boot, etc.)
   b  [no object]  : to be tied or fastened with a lace
   c  [+ object]  : interlace intertwine
[+ object] 
: to add a small amount of a powerful substance (such as alcohol, a drug, or a poison) to (something, such as a drink) — usually + with
   b  : to add something that gives flavor or interest to (something) — usually used as (be) laced with
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