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1. At a good or fast pace; swiftly; quickly.
2. With rapid movements.
3. Etymology: derived from Old English, an, "on"; a-, "on" + pace, "a step", from Old French pas, from Latin passus, "a step"; literally, the past participle of pandere, "to stretch (the leg), to spread out"; also related to Greek, petalon, "a leaf".
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