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Pronunciation of Laces: Learn how to pronounce Laces in English correctly

Learn how to say Laces correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word lace:

1 [mass noun] a fine open fabric of cotton or silk, made by looping, twisting, or knitting thread in patterns and used especially for trimming garments:
a dress trimmed in white lace
[as modifier]:
a lace collar
[count noun]:
fine needlepoint laces
braid used for trimming, especially on military dress uniforms:
his generals were covered with gold lace
2 (usually laces) a cord or leather strip passed through eyelets or hooks on opposite sides of a shoe or garment and then pulled tight and fastened:
brown shoes with laces
[with object]
1fasten or tighten (a shoe or garment) by tying the laces:
he put the shoes on and laced them up
tighten a laced corset around the waist of:
Rosina laced her up tight to show off her neat waist
(lace someone into) fasten someone into (a garment) by tightening the laces:
she couldn’t breathe, laced into this frock
[no object] (of a garment or shoe) be fastened by means of laces:
the shoes laced at the front
2 [with object and adverbial] entwine (things, especially fingers) together:
she laced her fingers together
(lace something through) pass a lace or cord through (a hole):
he laced the twine through the eyelets and pulled it tight
3 (usually be laced with) add an ingredient, especially alcohol, to (a drink or dish) to enhance its flavour or strength:
coffee laced with brandy
give (something) a large amount or degree of a feature or quality:
the script is laced with expletives
his voice was laced with derision
Phrasal Verbs

lace into

informal attack verbally or physically:
Brady laced into his teammates for playing with a lack of passion

Middle English: from Old French laz, las (noun), lacier (verb), based on Latin laqueus ‘noose’ (also an early sense in English). Compare with lasso