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stride

verb [I always + adv/prep]  us   /strɑɪd/ (past tense and past participle strode  /stroʊd/ , past participle stridden  /strɪd·ən/ )

stride verb [I always + adv/prep] (WALK)

to walk somewhere quickly with long steps: She strode across the room and demanded to speak to the manager.

stride

noun  us   /strɑɪd/

stride noun (DEVELOPMENT)

[C usually pl] an important positive development: They have already made great strides in improving service.

stride noun (WALK)

[C] a step, esp. a long step: He reached me in one long stride.
Translations of “stride”
in Arabic خُطوة واسِعة…
in Korean 활보…
in Malaysian berjalan dengan langkah panjang…
in French marcher à grands pas…
in Italian passo (lungo), falcata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發展, 進展,進步…
in Vietnamese đi dài bước…
in Spanish andar a zancadas…
in Portuguese passada larga…
in Thai เดินก้าวยาว ๆ…
in German schreiten…
in Catalan gambada…
in Japanese 大また, 大きな歩幅…
in Indonesian berjalan dengan langkah panjang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发展, 进展,进步…
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