Definition of pacemaking in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌmākiNG/

adjective & noun

See pacemaker

‘Going into this game two points adrift of the pacemaking Potters, the Saints pulled out all the stops to win in devastating style.’
  • ‘The Saul side now occupy second spot, one point behind pacemaking Round House with a host of teams lining up behind them.’
  • ‘At the moment they trail pacemaking Comber Rec by six points, but have two games in hand.’
  • ‘Sick sinus syndrome is a generalized abnormality of cardiac impulse formation that may be caused by an intrinsic disease of the sinus node that makes it unable to perform its pacemaking function, or by extrinsic causes.’
  • ‘Davitamon-Lotto and Quick Step are still sharing the pacemaking at the point of the pack.’