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pacey

(ˈpeɪsɪ) or

pacy

adj, pacier or paciest
fast-moving; quick; lively: a pacey story.
Translations

pacey

pacy [ˈpeɪsɪ] ADJ (pacier (compar) (paciest (superl)))
1. [production, thriller] → rápido, con buen ritmo
2. (Sport) [player] → rápido, con buen ritmo
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