Ace meaning

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(slang) A person who identifies as asexual.
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(slang) Asexual.
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(slang) To defeat completely; get the best of.
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The definition of an ace is a serve in certain sports, like tennis, that is not hit by the other player.

An example of an ace is a tennis serve that is not returned.

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An ace occurs when a golfer gets the ball into the cup with one stroke.

An example of an ace is a hole-in-one.

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The definition of ace is something that is high quality or superior.

An example of an ace athlete is one who has won many medals.

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A playing card, domino, etc. marked with one large, centered pip.
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A combat pilot who has destroyed at least five enemy planes.
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The definition of an ace is a person who is an expert or highly skilled.

An example of an ace would be an Olympic gold medalist.

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Ace means to earn points against your opponent by serving to him and having him fail to return it.

An example of ace would be a badminton serve that was not touched and scored a point.

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Ace is to hit a golf ball into the hole in one try.

An example of ace is to hit a hole-in-one in golf.

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Ace is defined as to perform very well.

An example of acing an interview is doing so well at the interview that you get the job.

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In racket games:
  • A serve that one's opponent fails to hit.
  • A point scored by such a serve.
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The act of hitting a golf ball in the hole with one's first shot.
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A military aircraft pilot who has destroyed five or more enemy aircraft.
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An expert in a given field.
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Top-notch; first-rate.
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To serve an ace against in racket games.
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To hit an ace on (a hole) in golf.
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(slang) To get the better of (someone).

A candidate who aced his opponents in the primaries.

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A trademark for an elastic bandage.
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An expert in any activity.
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(informal) First-rate; expert.

An ace salesman.

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To score an ace against, as in tennis.
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To make an ace on (a particular hole) in golf.
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(informal) To do very well, esp., by earning a grade of A, in, on, etc.

She aced the course.

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American Council on Education.
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(1) (Adobe Certified Expert) The award for successfully completing an examination in an Adobe application such as Photoshop, Illustrator or Dreamweaver as well as in one of Adobe's campaign and media management products (Adobe Campaign Developer, Adobe Experience Manager, etc.). Exams in more than 25 subjects are offered in numerous locations by the Pearson VUE testing organization.
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A single point or spot on a playing card or die.
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A card or die face so marked.

I have the ace of diamonds.

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A very small quantity or degree; a particle; an atom; a jot.
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(tennis) A serve won without the opponent hitting the ball.
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(US) (baseball) The best pitcher on the team.
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(US) (baseball, dated, 19th century) A run.
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(US) (golf) A hole in one.
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An expert at something.
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A military aircraft pilot who is credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft.
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(US) A perfect score on a school exam.
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(US) To pass (a test, interviews etc.) perfectly.
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(tennis) To win a point by an ace.
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(golf) To make an ace (hole in one).
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(UK, slang) Excellent.
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A male given name.
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A common nickname suggesting skill, particularly among airplane pilots.
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An ace is defined as a playing card, domino, or side of a die with only one mark on it.

An example of an ace is a domino that is blank on one end and has one spot on the other.

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(golf) The act of hitting the ball so that it goes into the hole on the drive; hole in one.
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ace in the hole
  • A hidden advantage or resource kept in reserve until needed.
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within an ace of
  • On the verge of; very near to:
    Came within an ace of losing the election.
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within an ace of
  • on the verge of; very close to
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Origin of ace

  • Middle English as from Old French from Latin unit

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English as, from Old French as, from Latin as, assis, unity, copper coin, the unit of coinage. Compare as

    From Wiktionary

  • From asexual by shortening.

    From Wiktionary