stride noun (DEVELOPMENT) translate to Traditional Chinese
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stride

noun [C] (DEVELOPMENT)
發展
 
 
/straɪd/
an important positive development
進展,進步
The West made impressive strides in improving energy efficiency after the huge rises in oil prices during the seventies.
20世紀70年代石油價格大幅上漲之後,西方國家在提高能源使用效率方面有了顯著進步。
The group has made strides to expand internationally.
這個集團在拓展國際市場方面獲得很大的進展。
Making progress and advancingBecoming better
Translations of “stride”
in Korean 활보…
in Arabic خُطوة واسِعة…
in Portuguese passada larga…
in Catalan gambada…
in Japanese 大また, 大きな歩幅…
in Italian passo (lungo), falcata…
in Russian широкий шаг…
in Turkish uzun adım…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发展, 进展,进步…
in Polish krok…
(Definition of stride noun (DEVELOPMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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