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Noun(1) a step in walking or running(2) the distance covered by a step(3) significant progress (especially in the phrase `make strides'
Verb(1) walk with long steps(2) cover or traverse by taking long steps
(1) It's a great show; he's really hit his stride , and most of the pieces are already sold.(2) This is an efficient way of moving, and also allows an increase in the length of the stride , as well as avoiding the compression of the lungs.(3) After a while her posture lent itself a graceful, long-legged lope when she ran, or a silent stride when she was walking.(4) Where your heel lands is your proper stride length when walking for fitness.(5) I carefully flipped my long blond locks out of my face and adopted a confident stride as I walked out of the alley towards the apartment complex.(6) Liao walked into a quick stride and Kazuya walked steadily behind her.(7) The early books are interesting in an evolutionary sense, as they show how Rankin got started and hit his stride .(8) In fact I read it in his obituary but it didn't stick because for forty years the lanky man with the loping stride who walked all over town was simply known as Boy.(9) When we reached the village on foot the others went ahead, walking in a purposeful stride toward the synagogue.(10) new wealth enabled Britain to stride the world once more(11) With her hair tied back in a bun and a sharp business skirt on, she walked with a stride of confidence.(12) But then maybe about seven or eight minutes in he started to hit his stride .(13) She just took a medium stride and walked back to her home.(14) He walked with a determined stride , as if he knew where he was going and nothing would stop him from getting there.(15) He did not run, but he walked with a distance-eating stride .(16) The play gains momentum in its second act, in which both leads and two fine male supports, finally hit their stride .
(1) stride off :: stride i ffwrdd
2. pace ::
3. march ::
4. pace ::
5. step ::
Different Formsstride, strides, striding
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I didn't really hit my academic STRIDE...
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