lace means: Lace can be described as a fine openwork fabric made from silk, cotton or metallic threads. This is used to create net mesh patterns and is typically produced using line, silk, or even metal threads. It dates back to 15th-century when it was used as a status symbol. The collars and cuffs were white with edgings that indicated your social standing. It is still a very popular trim in bridal and lingerie wear. (in Fashion Dictionary)

What else does lace mean?

An elastic cord, or ribbon that is used to tie two opposing edges together. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Fabric made from yarn and thread with an open web-like pattern. (in Merlin Dictionary)

An officer’s uniform can be decorated with gold or silver braids (in Merlin Dictionary)

You can thread the cord around the hooks or through the eyelets. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Tie the laces together. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A corset is a garment that tightens the laces to restrain and constrict. (in Merlin Dictionary)

To pull, pass through or intertwine. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Use lace to decorate or trim. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Add a little flavor. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Add a substance to, especially an intoxicant, narcotic or other drug. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A combination of two or more things to create a particular effect. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Streak with color (in Merlin Dictionary)