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trace /treɪs/ verb [transitive]


طرح کردن ، رد یابی کردن ، تعقیب کردن ، نشان ، ردیابی کردن ، رد پا ، جای پا ، مقدار ناچیز ، رسم کردن ، ترسیم کردن ، ضبط کردن ، کشیدن ، اثر گذاشتن ، دنبال کردن ، پی کردن ، پی بردن به ، علوم مهندسی: اثر ، کامپیوتر: دنبال کردن ، الکترونیک: رد الکترون ، معماری: اثر ، قانون ـ فقه: نشانه ، شیمی: رد ، روانشناسی: رد ، زیست شناسی: رد ، بازرگانی: دنبال کردن ، ورزش: علامت باقیمانده روی یخ اسکیت راهنمای قلاب ماهیگیری

: trace (to)

نقش کردن ، طرح کردن ، رسم کردن ، معماری: گرده برداری
الکترونیک: رد ، ردیابی کردن ، رسم کردن ، دنبال کردن ، کامپیوتر: رد ، زیست شناسی: اثر ، رد ، شیمی: اثر ، نشانه ، فقهی: طرح کردن ، رد یابی کردن ، نشان ، رد ، اثر ، علوم مهندسی: علامت باقیمانده روی یخ اسکیت راهنمای قلاب ماهیگیری ، ورزشی: اثر ، معماری: رد ، روانشناسی: رد الکترون ، الکترونیک: اثر ، تعقیب کردن ، دنبال کردن ، اقتصاد: اثر، نشان ، رد، ردیابی کردن ، رد پا، جای پا، مقدار ناچیز، ترسیم ، رسم ، رسم کردن ، ترسیم کردن ، ضبط کردن ، کشیدن ، اثر گذاشتن ، دنبال کردن ، پی کردن ، پی بردن بهرد ، ردیابی کردن ، رسم کردن ، دنبال کردن ، کامپیوتر: رد ، زیست شناسی: اثر ، رد ، شیمی: اثر ، نشانه ، فقهی: طرح کردن ، رد یابی کردن ، نشان ، رد ، اثر ، علوم مهندسی: علامت باقیمانده روی یخ اسکیت راهنمای قلاب ماهیگیری ، ورزشی: اثر ، معماری: رد ، روانشناسی: رد الکترون ، الکترونیک: اثر ، تعقیب کردن ، دنبال کردن ، اقتصاد: اثر، نشان ، رد، ردیابی کردن ، رد پا، جای پا، مقدار ناچیز، ترسیم ، رسم ، رسم کردن ، ترسیم کردن ، ضبط کردن ، کشیدن ، اثر گذاشتن ، دنبال کردن ، پی کردن ، پی بردن به کامپیوتر: دنبال کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

trace
[verb]
Synonyms:
- find, detect, discover, ferret out, hunt down, track, unearth
- copy, draw, outline, sketch
[noun]
Synonyms:
- track, footmark, footprint, footstep, path, spoor, trail
- bit, drop, hint, shadow, suggestion, suspicion, tinge, touch, whiff
- indication, evidence, mark, record, remnant, sign, survival, vestige
Related Words: evidence, proof, mark, token
English Thesaurus: draw, sketch, illustrate, doodle, scribble, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. trace1 AC /treɪs/ verb [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: trace; noun: trace; adjective: traceable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: tracier, from Vulgar Latin tractiare 'to pull', from Latin trahere]

1. FIND SOMEBODY/SOMETHING to find someone or something that has disappeared by searching for them carefully:
She had given up all hope of tracing her missing daughter.
Police are trying to trace a young woman who was seen near the accident.

2. ORIGINS to find the origins of when something began or where it came from
trace something (back) to something
They’ve traced their ancestry to Scotland.
The style of these paintings can be traced back to early medieval influences.

3. HISTORY/DEVELOPMENT to study or describe the history, development, or progress of something:
Sondheim’s book traces the changing nature of the relationship between men and women.

4. COPY to copy a drawing, map etc by putting a piece of transparent paper over it and then drawing the lines you can see through the paper

5. WITH YOUR FINGER to draw real or imaginary lines on the surface of something, usually with your finger or toe
trace something on/in/across
Rosie’s fingers traced a delicate pattern in the sand.

6. trace a call to find out where a telephone call is coming from by using special electronic equipment:
His call was traced and half an hour later police arrested him.
—traceable adjective

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. trace2 AC noun
[Word Family: verb: trace; noun: trace; adjective: traceable]
[Sense 1-4: Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: tracier; trace1]
[Sense 5: Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: trais 'traces', plural of trait 'pull, trace'; trait]

1. SIGN OF SOMETHING [uncountable and countable] a small sign that shows that someone or something was present or existed:
There was no trace of anyone having entered the room since then.
Petra’s lost all trace of her German accent.
Officers were unable to find any trace of drugs.
disappear/vanish/sink without (a) trace (=disappear completely, without leaving any sign of what happened)
The plane vanished without a trace.

2. SMALL AMOUNT [countable] a very small amount of a quality, emotion, substance etc that is difficult to see or notice
trace of
I saw the faintest trace of a smile cross Sandra’s face.
traces of poison

3. TELEPHONE [countable] technical a search to find out where a telephone call came from, using special electronic equipment:
The police put a trace on the call.

4. INFORMATION RECORDED [countable] technical the mark or pattern made on a screen or on paper by a machine that is recording an electrical signal:
This trace shows the heartbeat.

5. CART/CARRIAGE [countable] one of the two pieces of leather, rope etc by which a cart or carriage is fastened to an animal pulling it
kick over the traces at kick1(19)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

trace
noun
I. mark/sign that shows sb/sth happened/existed
ADJ. archaeological, historical | indelible, permanent | memory (technical)
VERB + TRACE leave The burglar had left several traces of his presence. Little trace is left of how Stone Age people lived.
bear, reveal, show | discover, find The search party had found no trace of the missing climbers.
obliterate, remove Remove all traces of rust with a small wire brush.
disappear/sink/vanish without The ship seems to have sunk without trace.
TRACE + VERB remain Traces still remain of the long-defunct Surrey Iron Railway.
PREP. with/without a ~ of sth ‘No thanks,’ she said, with a trace of irritation in her voice.
without ~ The plane was lost without a trace over the Atlantic.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trace
II. very small amount of sth
ADJ. discernible, faint, minute, slight, small, tiny There was not the faintest trace of irony in her voice.
unmistakable
VERB + TRACE contain The water was found to contain traces of sulphuric acid.
detect, find
TRACE + NOUN amount | element, gas, metal, mineral Kelp is rich in vitamins and trace elements.
PREP. ~ of a trace of amusement/anxiety/a smile

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trace
verb
I. find out where sth is/where it comes from
ADV. successfully
VERB + TRACE be able/unable to, can Police have been unable to trace her movements during her final days.
attempt to, try to | help (to) | fail to | be difficult to | be possible to
PREP. to The stolen paintings have been successfully traced to a London warehouse.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trace
II. find/describe the cause/origin of sth
ADV. carefully | easily Words have over the centuries acquired meanings not easily traced in dictionaries.
directly | historically | back
VERB + TRACE can | attempt to, try to | be difficult to The origins of the custom are difficult to trace.
be possible to
PREP. to The book traces the history of the game back to an incident in 1863.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trace
III. mark where the line of sth is with a thin object
ADV. lightly
PREP. with She lightly traced the outline of his face with her finger.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trace
̈ɪtreɪs
See: kick over the traces also jump the traces

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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