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English definition of “lockstep”

lockstep

noun     /ˈlɒkstep/
in lockstep (with sb/sth) at the same time and same rate as: rise/fall/move in lockstep Gold prices don't tend to rise or fall in lockstep with those for stocks and other financial assets. agreeing completely with someone: The Senator seems to be in lockstep with the big health insurance companies.
(Definition of lockstep noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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