do (something) at (one's) own pace

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do (something) at (one's) own pace

To do something at the ideal speed for oneself, regardless of how quickly other people are doing it. Don't worry, he'll get the project done—he just has to do it at his own pace.
See also: own, pace
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do something at your own ˈpace

do something at the speed you prefer: When you are learning a language at home, you can work at your own pace.
See also: own, pace, something
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