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put sb off their stride

(UK also put sb off their stroke)
to take someone's attention away from what they are doing, so that they stop doing it or do it wrong: He interrupted mid-speech and it put me off my stride.
(Definition of put sb off their stride from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “put sb off their stride”
in Chinese (Simplified) (打搅某人)使无法继续(或出错)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (打攪某人)使無法繼續(或出錯)…
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