Pick up the pace, what does it mean?
'Pick up the pace' means the same as 'hurry up', you're asking for someone to increase their tempo. This could be used in various situations, like in this case, when you're asking for someone to finish what they're doing. When you're asking for someone to walk or run faster, as 'pace' literally means 'step'. It can also be used when you're trying to work harder. Ex: The deadline is tomorrow! Pick up the pace! Ex: You're going too slow! Pick up the pace! Ex: I'm going to pick up the pace at work next week.
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