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Main Entry: 1trace
Pronunciation: primarystresstramacrs
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English trace "a course, a mark left by something that passes," from early French trace (same meaning), from tracer (verb) "to sketch, show by drawn lines," derived from Latin tractus, past participle of trahere "to pull, drag" --related to ABSTRACT, ATTRACT, 3TRACE, TRAIT
1 : ROAD 2a
2 : a mark left by something that has passed or is past
3 : a very small amount


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