Definition of change step in English:

change step

Alter one’s step so that the opposite leg is the one that marks time when marching.
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  • A long-standing critic of the festival, The Gazette had itself astonished readers three years earlier by changing step.
  • As Windows 2000 reaches crunch point the highways and byways of the Web are positively ringing to the crunch of beta-watchers changing step.
  • He did homage to Lady Jane Grey in 1553, but changed step nimbly and retained Mary's favour.
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