pacy


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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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After a lean spell the pacy Prince Supreme returned to form with a dashing success last Friday.
But it was Airdrie who caught the eye with their slick, pacy attacks engineered by Lee Gardner.
Their best player was Jahic he is skilful, quite pacy, and overall will be a threat to us.
MANCHESTER UNITED look set to make a move for Sunderland's pacy French striker David Bellion.
WITH most of the star performers in action tonight at Shawfield, backers of the pacy rear runners will have to accept short odds in a number of events.
The pacy forward has scored seven goals in eight games, not bad for someone who was a bit part player in Glasgow.
The young Irishman, part of Don Givens under 21 squad who fly to Georgia later this week, was subjected to some rough treatment until Ibrox skipper Barry Ferguson was sent off for a late lunge at the pacy forward.
The signing of pacy Senegal striker El Hadji Diouf - who played a prominent part in the defeat of Houllier's countrymen - brings the Anfield manager's spending on new players to around pounds 19million, following the capture of French midfielder Bruno Cheyrou and Senegal's Salif Diao.
Francis Murray's pacy Jet Spray is in a tough heat (seven) but, with three qualifying for Saturday's second round, should have no trouble going through.
He is, though, a very pacy dog and his performance at Nottingham will give us all a nice insight into the comparative merits of the younger dogs in Ireland and Britain.
The writing is pacy and interests you in the plot, the villains are evil as expected and our heroine Violet is so brave and interesting.
With fantastic action that's both exciting and funny, Pixar's pacy cartoon puts 3D albatrosses like Avatar in the shade.