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Idioms for ace

Origin of ace

1250–1300; 1915 for def 4; Middle English as, aas < Old French as < Latin: a unit; cf. as2; sense 4 after French as in World War I; sense 5 < 4
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Example sentences from the Web for aced

  • Wiig aced her 2005 SNL tryout for Lorne Michaels by doing impressions of Drew Barrymore, Björk, Jessica Simpson, and Jane Pauley.

    Kristen Wiig Blows Up|Bryan Curtis|May 18, 2010|DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for aced (1 of 2)

ace
/ (eɪs) /

noun

adjective

informal superb; excellent

verb (tr)

Word Origin for ace

C13: via Old French from Latin as a unit, perhaps from a Greek variant of heis one

British Dictionary definitions for aced (2 of 2)

ACE
/ (eɪs) /

n acronym for

(in Britain) Advisory Centre for Education; a private organization offering advice on schools to parents
Allied Command Europe
angiotensin-converting enzymeSee ACE inhibitor
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Idioms and Phrases with aced

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