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lockstep

Traducción de lockstep en español:

noun/nombre

  • (American English/inglés norteamericano) marcha (feminine) cerrada the liberals march in lockstep with the right wing of the party los liberales y la derecha del partido van hombro con hombro an alternative to the lockstep of college education una alternativa a la rigidez de la educación universitaria
    Example sentences
    • In lockstep with the two parties in Washington, the state administration places the blame for the crisis in the schools on the teachers and staff members who struggle every day against deteriorating conditions.
    • You know, I don't have to get in lockstep with a party, and I don't have to hire party cronies.
    • Advertising markets in Asia were growing weaker in lockstep with the slowing U.S. economy.

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