put sb off their stride Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"put sb off their stride" in British English

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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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“put sb off their stride” in British English

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