Sinónimos de step en inglés:

step

sustantivo

  • 1 Frank took a step forward
    pace, stride
  • 2 she heard a step on the stairs
  • 3 she left the room with a springy step
    gait, walk, tread
  • 4 it is only a step to the river
    short distance, stone's throw, spitting distance
    informal 'a hop, skip, and jump'
  • 5 the top step
    stair, tread; (steps)stairs, staircase, stairway
  • 6 each step of the ladder
    rung, tread
  • 7 resigning is a very serious step
    course of action, measure, move, act, action, initiative, maneuver, operation, tactic
  • 8 a significant step toward a ceasefire
    advance, development, move, movement; breakthrough
  • 9 the first step on the managerial ladder
    stage, level, grade, rank, degree; notch, rung
  • verbo

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  • 1 she stepped gingerly through the snow
    walk, move, tread, pace, stride
  • 2 the bull stepped on the farmer's foot
    tread on, stamp on, trample (on); squash, crush, flatten
  • Frases

    in step

    he is in step with mainstream thinkingin accordin accordancein harmonyin agreementin tunein linein keepingin conformitycompatible

    mind/watch one's step

    just watch your step when Mrs. Kline gets herebe carefultake carestep/tread carefullyexercise care/cautionmind how one goeslook outwatch outbe warybe on one's guardbe on the qui vive

    out of step

    the paper was often out of step with public opinionat oddsat variancein disagreementout of tuneout of linenot in keepingout of harmony

    step by step

    I followed the directions step by stepone step at a timebit by bitgraduallyin stagesby degreesslowlysteadily

    step down

    it's time for Rowland to step downresignquitstand downgive up one's post/jobbow outabdicatepack it incall it quits

    step in

  • 1.1 nobody stepped in to save the bank
    intervene, intercede, involve oneself, become/get involved, take a hand
  • 2.1 I stepped in for a sick colleague
    stand in, sit in, fill in, cover, substitute, take over; replace, take someone's place
    informal sub
  • step on it

    informal if we don't step on it we'll miss the boathurry upget a move onspeed upgo fasterbe quick informalget crackingget movingstep on the gas datedmake haste

    step up

  • 1.1 the army stepped up its offensive
    increase, intensify, strengthen, augment, escalate
    informal up, crank up
  • 2.1 I stepped up my pace
    speed up, increase, accelerate, quicken, hasten
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