Word: trace

Category: trace

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Synonyms: trace

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: trace

spanish
impresión, tirar, pizca, vestigio, dibujar


german
zeichnen, spur, malen, einzelschritt-fehlersuche, verfolgung

french
esquisser, dénicher, dessiner, empreinte, calquer, ...

italian
tracciare, impronta, rintracciare, traccia, vestigio, ...

portuguese
descrever, calcar, rastrear, brinquedo, traçar, ...

dutch
uittekenen, afdruk, trekken, aftekenen, overblijfsel, ...

russian
признак, усматривать, фиксировать, чертить, набрасывать, ...

norwegian
tegne, spore

swedish
spår, märke, spåra

finnish
jäljittää, koluta, piirtää, jälki, ura, ...

czech
načrtnout, najít, stopovat, nakreslit, známka, ...

polish
poszlaka, kalkować, śledzić, odrobina, odnaleźć, ...

hungarian
istráng, lábnyom, kerékcsapás, nyomvonal, nyomdok

turkish
çizmek, iz

greek
υπόλειμμα, ανιχνεύω, ανακαλύπτω, ίχνος

ukrainian
вбачати, знаходити, накидати, встановити

albanian
gjurmë

bulgarian
след

estonian
rada, järg, treng

croatian
praćenje, zapis

latin
vestigium

romanian
urmă

slovenian
stopa

slovak
stopa

Popularity stats: trace

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The meaning and "use of": trace

noun
  • a mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something.
  • a very small quantity, especially one too small to be accurately measured.
  • a line or pattern displayed by an instrument using a moving pen or a luminous spot on a screen to show the existence or nature of something that is being investigated.
  • the sum of the elements in the principle diagonal of a square matrix.
  • each of the two side straps, chains, or ropes by which a horse is attached to a vehicle that it is pulling.

verb
  • find or discover by investigation.
  • copy (a drawing, map, or design) by drawing over its lines on a superimposed piece of transparent paper.

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