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step forward

phrasal verb with step uk   /step/  us   /step/ verb [I + adv/prep] (-pp-)
(Definition of step forward from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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step forward

phrasal verb with step uk   us   /step/ verb [I]
[I] to ​offer to ​provide or do something, or to ​help with something: step forward to do sth No one has yet stepped ​forward to ​claimresponsibility for the mistake.step forward with sth At the last ​minute another ​company stepped ​forward with a ​bid.
(Definition of step forward from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “step forward”
in Chinese (Simplified) 站出来, 自告奋勇, 挺身而出…
in Chinese (Traditional) 站出來, 自告奮勇, 挺身而出…
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