[ US /ˈtɹaɪs/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈaɪs/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈaɪs/ ]
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat)
if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash
raise with a line
trice a window shade
- hoist up or in and lash or secure with a small rope
How To Use trice In A Sentence
- Vanishing, with a quick flirt of gingham apron-strings, she reappeared in considerably less than a "trice" as a fluffy Strictly business: more stories of the four million
- Posterior elbow pain in the setting of repetitive elbow extension suggests the diagnosis of triceps tendinosis.
- A cockatrice is a Dragon with a Crown on his head, and hatched by a Viper on a Cock's Egg. The Viper was the Symbol of Annotations
- The latest addition to the museum's menagerie of dinosaurs - a cast of a full-size triceratops skeleton, ready for action.
- As soon as she was back in England at the Stone House, Dame Beatrice sent a reply-paid telegram to Mrs Biancini: Spotted Hemlock
- Remember that you're like a peacock on show, so puff your chest up as much as you can, try to keep your forearms just above stomach height so that your bi and triceps are slightly defined.
- Of course, the greatest problem in a democracy is that half the voters have a below average IQ. trice No angry mobs, but tough questions at Maryland town hall
- B. majusculum, stricEe erectum, frondibus pin - natis, pinnis longo - lanceolatis acutis, basi minime dilatatis, argute rigideque serrulatis. Species plantarum : exhibentes plantas rite cognitas ad genera relatas, cum differentiis specificis, nominibus trivialibus, synonymis selectis, locis natalibus, secundum systema sexuale digestas
- ‘You are a connoisseur in flowers, signor,’ said Beatrice, with a smile, alluding to the bouquet which he had flung her from the window.
- One of the striking things that stand out with gymnasts are their amazing arms and shoulders ... even the guy who finished 30th at Nationals was ripped with each and every nuance of the deltoids, triceps and biceps shredded.