Pronunciation:  US [eɪs] UK [eɪs]
  • n.A Solitaire (also known as "ACE"), at ... People with expertise in ... People
  • adj.First class, excellent
  • v.(Tennis) to serve to win (the other party) a part; in the (exam) score
  • WebAngiotensin-converting enzyme (angiotensin converting enzyme), angiotensin-converting enzyme; ACE
  • George Bevan's all right. He's an ace.
    Source: P. G. Wodehouse


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