Definition of baby step in English:

baby step

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Pronunciation: /ˈbeɪbi stɛp
 
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noun

A tentative act or measure which is the first stage in a long or challenging process: the country is just taking its first baby steps towards the future
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  • We do inch forward, except little baby step by baby step.
  • The Long Island Neighborhood Network, an environmental group, considers the county measure "a baby step."
  • Violent crime has often overshadowed the city's baby steps toward recovery.

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