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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

direction British & World English

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

step in English-Spanish

intervenir*, tomar cartas en el asunto

step in English-Spanish

intervenir*, tomar cartas en el asunto

in step in step English Thesaurus

he is utterly in step with mainstream American thinking

was he justified in taking that step? in justified English-Spanish

¿tuvo motivos para dar ese paso?, ¿tuvo razón en dar ese paso?

that would be a step up in her career in step English-Spanish

eso significaría un ascenso para ella

she's moved up a step in the salary scale in step English-Spanish

ha ascendido un peldaño en la escala salarial

she's always managed to keep in step with public opinion in step English-Spanish

siempre ha logrado mantenerse en sintonía con la opinión pública


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