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Meaning & Definition of Ace in English

English

Ace

/es/

noun

1. The smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number

  • "He has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"
  • "They had lunch at one"
    synonym:
  • one
  • ,
  • 1
  • ,
  • I
  • ,
  • ace
  • ,
  • single
  • ,
  • unity

2. One of four playing cards in a deck having a single pip on its face

    synonym:
  • ace

3. Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

    synonym:
  • ace
  • ,
  • adept
  • ,
  • champion
  • ,
  • sensation
  • ,
  • maven
  • ,
  • mavin
  • ,
  • virtuoso
  • ,
  • genius
  • ,
  • hotshot
  • ,
  • star
  • ,
  • superstar
  • ,
  • whiz
  • ,
  • whizz
  • ,
  • wizard
  • ,
  • wiz

4. Proteolytic enzyme that converts angiotensin i into angiotensin ii

    synonym:
  • angiotensin converting enzyme
  • ,
  • angiotensin-converting enzyme
  • ,
  • ACE

5. A major strategic headquarters of nato

  • Safeguards an area extending from norway to turkey
    synonym:
  • Allied Command Europe
  • ,
  • ACE

6. A serve that the receiver is unable to reach

    synonym:
  • ace

verb

1. Succeed at easily

  • "She sailed through her exams"
  • "You will pass with flying colors"
  • "She nailed her astrophysics course"
    synonym:
  • breeze through
  • ,
  • ace
  • ,
  • pass with flying colors
  • ,
  • sweep through
  • ,
  • sail through
  • ,
  • nail

2. Score an ace against

  • "He aced his opponents"
    synonym:
  • ace

3. Play (a hole) in one stroke

    synonym:
  • ace

4. Serve an ace against (someone)

    synonym:
  • ace

adjective

1. Of the highest quality

  • "An ace reporter"
  • "A crack shot"
  • "A first-rate golfer"
  • "A super party"
  • "Played top-notch tennis"
  • "An athlete in tiptop condition"
  • "She is absolutely tops"
    synonym:
  • ace
  • ,
  • A-one
  • ,
  • crack
  • ,
  • first-rate
  • ,
  • super
  • ,
  • tiptop
  • ,
  • topnotch
  • ,
  • top-notch
  • ,
  • tops(p)

Examples of using

He is an ace pitcher.