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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “not break your stride”

not break your stride

to not stop walking or running at the same speed
並不放慢腳步
Without pausing for breath or breaking her stride, she pushed open the door of his private office.
她既沒有停下來喘口氣,也沒有放慢腳步,而是直接推開他的私人辦公室的門。
Moving firmly on foot
(Definition of not break your stride from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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