English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stride /straid/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- bước dài
- to walk with vigorous stride: bước những bước dài mạnh mẽ
- ((thường) số nhiều) sự tiến bộ
- to get in one's stride
- (nghĩa bóng) ổn định trong công việc của mình, vào nền nếp
- to take obstacle in one's stride
- vượt qua chướng ngại một cách dễ dàng (đen & bóng)
- nội động từ strode; stridden
- đi dài bước
- to stride up to somebody: đi dài bước tới ai
- ngoại động từ strode, stridden
- đi bước dài (qua đường...)
- đứng giạng chân trên (cái hồ...)
stridden|strode|strides|stridingstraɪdAdvanced English Dictionary
+a step in walking or running
+the distance covered by a step
+significant progress (especially in the phrase "make strides")
+walk with long steps
+cover or traverse by taking long steps
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (past tense strode [prep.] to walk with long steps in a particular direction: We strode across the snowy fields. + She came striding along to meet me.
1 one long step; the distance covered by a step: He crossed the room in two strides. + I was gaining on the other runners with every stride.
2 your way of walking or running: his familiar purposeful stride + She did not slow her stride until she was face to face with us.
3 an improvement in the way sth is developing: We're making great strides in the search for a cure.
Idioms: get into your stride (BrE) (AmE hit (your) stride) to begin to do sth with confidence and at a good speed after a slow, uncertain start: After a nervous start, he finally got into his stride in the second set.
put sb off their stride to make sb take their attention off what they are doing and stop doing it so well: The shouting from the back of the hall completely put me off my stride.
(match sb) stride for stride to keep doing sth as well as sb else, even though they keep making it harder for you: We've managed to match our closest competitors stride for stride as regards prices.
take sth in your stride (BrE) (AmE take sth in stride) to accept and deal with sth difficult without letting it worry you too much: It's going to be tough-but I'm sure you'll take it all in your stride.
without breaking stride (especially AmE) without stopping what you are doing
In one short stride, he reached the window.
| quick, rapid | slow | easy | purposeful
VERB + STRIDE
take | lengthen, shorten
He lengthened his stride to keep up with her.
Without breaking her stride she ducked the ball.
He matched his stride to her slower pace.
in a ~
considerable, enormous, giant, great
VERB + STRIDE
She's made enormous strides in English this term.
briskly, quickly | confidently | purposefully | angrily | ahead, away, back, forward, in, off, out, over, past
He strode off in search of a taxi.
across, along, away, down, into, out of, over, past, through, towards, up
She strode purposefully towards the door.
He came striding up the path.
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