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stride

US [straɪd]
UK [straɪd]
  • n.大步;步伐;进展;一步(的距离)
  • v.大步走;阔步行走
  • Web大踏步走;跨过;步幅
Past Tense:strode  Past Participle:strid  Past Participle:stridden  Present Participle:striding  Simple Present:strides  
stride
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
大步走;阔步行走to walk with long steps in a particular direction
We strode across the snowy fields.
我们大步流星地穿过雪封的旷野。
She came striding along to meet me.
她大步走上前来迎接我。
n.
1.
大步;一步(的距离)one long step; the distance covered by a step
He crossed the room in two strides.
他两大步跨到屋子另一头。
I was gaining on the other runners with every stride .
我正一步步赶上其他运动员。
2.
步态;步伐your way of walking or running
his familiar purposeful stride
他那熟悉而坚定的步伐
She did not slow her stride until she was face to face with us.
她没有放慢脚步,径直走到我们面前。
3.
进展;进步;发展an improvement in the way sth is developing
We're making great strides in the search for a cure.
在探索治疗办法方面,我们正不断取得重大进展。
4.
[pl]
(informal)
裤子trousers/pants
IDM
get into your stride
进入状态;开始顺利地做某事to begin to do sth with confidence and at a good speed after a slow, uncertain start
put sb off their stride
使分心;拖某人后腿to make sb take their attention off what they are doing and stop doing it so well
(match sb) stride for stride
尽量不落后(于某人)to keep doing sth as well as sb else, even though they keep making it harder for you
take sth in your stride
从容处理;泰然处之to accept and deal with sth difficult without letting it worry you too much
without breaking stride
步调不变;阵脚不乱without stopping what you are doing

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