pacy


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Related to pacy: subtle

pacy

(ˈpeɪsɪ)
adj
a variant spelling of pacey
Translations

pacy

[ˈpeɪsi] pacey (British) adj
[player, striker] → véloce
[thriller, comedy] → au rythme enlevé
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The controversy was whether or not Pacy pushed off against a Marlboro defender to get open.
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