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Spanish translation of “stride”

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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.
Translations of “stride”
in Arabic يَخطو خُطوة واسِعة…
in Korean 성큼성큼 걷다…
in Portuguese andar a passos largos…
in French marcher à grands pas…
in German schreiten…
in Catalan caminar a gambades…
in Japanese 大またで歩く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大步快走,阔步行进…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大步快走,闊步行進…
in Italian camminare a grandi passi…
(Definition of stride from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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