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"Trace Meaning In Bengali"

Trace (verb) - অনুসরণ করা; পাতলা কাগজে নকশা ইত্যাদির অনু-কৃতি করা

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Trace Meaning in Bengali. Trace শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Trace meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Trace".

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Trace বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Trace in English? What does Trace mean? What is another word for Trace? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: trace, trace element, trace fossil, trace mineral, trace minerals, trace-bearer, trace-element, trace-fossil, trace-galled, trace-high,

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Trace Synonyms

vestige relic speck particle whiff fragment smell hint element strain touch remnant shred indication taste footprint proof tinge remains streak tincture whisper sign dash minimum nuance slot snippet tread mark breath suspicion tittle iota trifle jot suggestion dab track scintilla spot spoor trail survival intimation sprinkling shadow smidgen memento crumb pinch drop record token shade soupçon nib footmark

Trace Definition

noun
1.
a surviving mark, sign, or evidence of the former existence, influence, or action of some agent or event; vestige:
traces of an advanced civilization among the ruins.
2.
a barely discernible indication or evidence of some quantity, quality, characteristic, expression, etc.:
a trace of anger in his tone.
3.
an extremely small amount of some chemical component:
a trace of copper in its composition.
4.
traces, the series of footprints left by an animal.
5.
the track left by the passage of a person, animal, or object:
the trace of her skates on the ice.
6.
Meteorology. precipitation of less than 0.005 inches (0.127 mm).
7.
a trail or path, especially through wild or open territory, made by the passage of people, animals, or vehicles.
8.
9.
a tracing, drawing, or sketch of something.
10.
a lightly drawn line, as the record drawn by a self-registering instrument.
11.
Mathematics.
  1. the intersection of two planes, or of a plane and a surface.
  2. the sum of the elements along the principal diagonal of a square matrix.
  3. the geometric locus of an equation.
12.
the visible line or lines produced on the screen of a cathode-ray tube by the deflection of the electron beam.
13.
Linguistics. (in generative grammar) a construct that is phonologically empty but serves to mark the place in the surface structure of a sentence from which a noun phrase has been moved by a transformational operation.
14.
Obsolete. a footprint.
verb (used with object), traced, tracing.
15.
to follow the footprints, track, or traces of.
16.
to follow, make out, or determine the course or line of, especially by going backward from the latest evidence, nearest existence, etc.:
to trace one's ancestry to the Pilgrims.
17.
to follow (footprints, evidence, the history or course of something, etc.).
18.
to follow the course, development, or history of:
to trace a political movement.
19.
to ascertain by investigation; find out; discover:
The police were unable to trace his whereabouts.
20.
to draw (a line, outline, figure, etc.).
21.
to make a plan, diagram, or map of.
22.
to copy (a drawing, plan, etc.) by following the lines of the original on a superimposed transparent sheet.
23.
to mark or ornament with lines, figures, etc.
24.
to make an impression or imprinting of (a design, pattern, etc.).
25.
(of a self-registering instrument) to print in a curved, broken, or wavy-lined manner.
26.
to put down in writing.
verb (used without object), traced, tracing.
27.
to go back in history, ancestry, or origin; date back in time:
Her family traces back to Paul Revere.
28.
to follow a course, trail, etc.; make one's way.
29.
(of a self-registering instrument) to print a record in a curved, broken, or wavy-lined manner.

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