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Translation of "stride" - English-Spanish dictionary

stride

noun   /straɪd/
a long step when walking or running zancada
verb   /straɪd/ (strode, stridden)
to walk somewhere quickly with long steps dar zancadas She strode up to the desk and demanded to speak to the manager. He strode across/into/out of the room.
(Definition of stride from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stride

verb /straid/
to walk with long steps andar a zancadas He strode along the path He strode off in anger.
make great strides
to progress well hacer grandes progresos He’s making great strides in his piano-playing.
take in one’s stride
to accept or cope with (a matter) successfully without worrying about it tomarse algo con calma, tomarse algo muy bien She takes difficulties in her stride.
(Definition of stride from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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