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English definition of “take something in (your) stride”

take something in (your) stride

to calmly deal with something unpleasant and not let it have an effect on you: Somehow the kids took all the confusion in stride.
(Definition of take something in (your) stride from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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