- v. present participle of ace.
“Okay, call me a square, but I don't think I've ever heard the slang term acing used to mean getting or doing something right.”
“Apparently, there was one student who was such a classic narcissist that after they all took a personality test, he BRAGGED about "acing" the narcissim quiz.”
“They were also asked to estimate the frequency of positive experiences, such as acing a test or going to a great party.”
“There were only 2 "A" s that term, and I barely got mine by acing that final.”
“A black liquid eyeliner is her secret weapon, and she prides herself on acing the finest line without a mirror.”
“The word “rape” is generally used by high school students either negatively, to represent mental or physical injury or damage, “Wow, that math test totally raped me.” or positively, to represent beating, winning, or acing something.”
“The word ârapeâ is generally used by high school students either negatively, to represent mental or physical injury or damage, (âWow, that math test totally raped me.â) or positively, to represent beating, winning, or acing something. (âOh yeah, I just raped that math test.â).”
“Since when did acing every test become the goal of life anyway?”
“For a step-by-step lesson on acing the faux lashes application, read my lash tutorial.”
“Like pitching a perfect game in baseball, chefs say, acing the evaluation requires a measure of luck as well as skill and preparation.”
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