the distance covered by such a movementI took a step towards him.
a flat surface for placing the foot on when going up or downHe slowly climbed the steps.
We could hear their heavy tread and an occasional coarse laugh.
one of a sequence of actions taken in order to achieve a goalHe greeted the agreement as the first step towards peace.
Daniel's eyes followed her every move.
He said stern measures would be taken against the rioters.
The government is taking emergency action to deal with the crisis.
My insurance covers acts of sabotage.
The whole proceeding went very smoothly.
He did not follow the correct procedure in applying for a visa.
manoeuvres to block the electoral process
His heroic deeds were celebrated in every corner of the country.
I reduced my spending by the simple expedient of destroying my credit cards.
a degree or rank in a series or scaleAristotle took the scientific approach a step further.
manner of walkingHe quickened his step.
to move by taking a step, such as in walkingthe first man to step on the moon
See in step
See mind or watch your step
See out of step
See step by step
See step down or aside
See step in
See step on it
See take steps
one step at a time
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in the sense of act
something doneMy insurance covers acts of sabotage.
in the sense of action
something done on a particular occasionThe government is taking emergency action to deal with the crisis.
Video: pronunciation of 'step'
step 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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