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step-in British & World English

Denoting a garment or pair of shoes that is put on by being stepped into and has no need for fastenings

in step British & World English

Putting (or not putting) one’s feet forward alternately in the same rhythm as the people one is walking, marching, or dancing with

step in British & World English

Become involved in a difficult situation, especially in order to help

in step in step British & World English

Putting (or not putting) one’s feet forward alternately in the same rhythm as the people one is walking, marching, or dancing with

step in in step British & World English

Become involved in a difficult situation, especially in order to help

instep British & World English

The part of a person’s foot between the ball and the ankle

in or out of step in step British & World English

Putting (or not putting) one’s feet forward alternately in the same rhythm as the people one is walking, marching, or dancing with

in step in step English Thesaurus

he is utterly in step with mainstream American thinking

direction British & World English

A point to or from which a person or thing moves or faces


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