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one-step British & World English

A vigorous kind of foxtrot in duple time

one step ahead in step British & World English

Managing to avoid competition or danger from someone or something

one step ahead British & World English

Managing to avoid competition or danger from someone or something

mind one's step in step British & World English

Used as a warning to someone to walk or act carefully

mind one's step British & World English

Used as a warning to someone to walk or act carefully

tread on someone's toes in tread British & World English

Offend someone by encroaching on their area of responsibility

step into someone's shoes in step British & World English

Take control of a task or job from another person

tread on someone's toes British & World English

Offend someone by encroaching on their area of responsibility

step into someone's shoes British & World English

Take control of a task or job from another person

to watch one's step in step English-Spanish

andarse* con cuidado

one step forward, two steps back in step English-Spanish

un paso hacia adelante y dos hacia atrás(, como el cangrejo)

this brings war one step nearer in step English-Spanish

esto significa un paso más hacia un conflicto bélico

constant research keeps us one step ahead of our rivals in step English-Spanish

la constante investigación nos mantiene en una situación de ventaja con respecto a la competencia

he tries to keep one step ahead of his students in step English-Spanish

trata de que sus alumnos no lo aventajen

one day you'll have to step out into the big, wide world in world English-Spanish

algún día vas a tener que enfrentarte con la vida