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steps

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  • /step/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The single complete movement of raising one foot and putting it down in another spot, as in walking.
  • noun: A manner of walking; a particular gait.
  • noun: A fixed rhythm or pace, as in marching: keep step.
  • noun: The sound of a footstep.
  • noun: A footprint: steps in the mud.
  • noun: The distance traversed by moving one foot ahead of the other.
  • noun: A very short distance: just a step away.
  • noun: Course; path: turned her steps toward home.
  • noun: One of a series of rhythmical, patterned movements of the feet used in a dance: diagrammed the basic steps to the mambo.
  • noun: A rest for the foot in ascending or descending.
  • noun: Stairs.
  • noun: Something, such as a ledge or an offset, that resembles a step of a stairway.
  • noun: One of a series of actions, processes, or measures taken to achieve a goal.
  • noun: A stage in a process: followed every step in the instructions.
  • noun: A degree in progress or a grade or rank in a scale: a step up in the corporate hierarchy.
  • noun: Music The interval that separates two successive tones of a scale.
  • noun: Music A degree of a scale.
  • noun: Nautical The block in which the heel of a mast is fixed.
  • verb-intransitive: To put or press the foot: step on the brake.
  • verb-intransitive: To shift or move slightly by taking a step or two: step back.
  • verb-intransitive: To walk a short distance to a specified place or in a specified direction: step over to the corner.
  • verb-intransitive: To move with the feet in a particular manner: step lively.
  • verb-intransitive: To move into a new situation by or as if by taking a single step: stepping into a life of ease.
  • verb-intransitive: To treat someone with arrogant indifference: He is always stepping on other people.
  • verb-transitive: To put or set (the foot) down: step foot on land.
  • verb-transitive: To measure by pacing: step off ten yards.
  • verb-transitive: To furnish with steps; make steps in: terraces that are stepped along the hillside.
  • verb-transitive: Computer Science To cause (a computer) to execute a single instruction.
  • verb-transitive: Nautical To place (a mast) in its step.
  • phrasal-verb: step aside To resign from a post, especially when being replaced.
  • phrasal-verb: step down To resign from a high post.
  • phrasal-verb: step down To reduce, especially in stages: stepping down the electric power.
  • phrasal-verb: step in To enter into an activity or a situation.
  • phrasal-verb: step in To intervene.
  • phrasal-verb: step out To walk briskly.
  • phrasal-verb: step out To go outside for a short time.
  • phrasal-verb: step out Informal To go out for a special evening of entertainment.
  • phrasal-verb: step out To withdraw; quit.
  • phrasal-verb: step up To increase, especially in stages: step up production.
  • phrasal-verb: step up To come forward: step up and be counted.
  • phrasal-verb: step up To improve one's performance or take on more responsibility, especially at a crucial time.
  • idiom: in step Moving in rhythm.
  • idiom: in step In conformity with one's environment: in step with the times.
  • idiom: out of step Not moving in rhythm: recruits marching out of step.
  • idiom: out of step Not in conformity with one's environment: out of step with the times.
  • idiom: step by step By degrees.
  • idiom: step on it Informal To go faster; hurry.


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