step noun (STAIR) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "step" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

step

noun (STAIR)
梯级
 
 
/step/
[C] one of the surfaces that you walk on when you go up or down stairs
台阶,梯级
a flight of steps
一段台阶
We had to climb some steps to reach the front door.
我们得爬几级台阶才能到大门前。
I asked them to leave the parcel on the (front) step (= outside the door to the house).
我让他们把包裹放在门口。
UK Mind the step/ US Watch your step as you leave the train.
下火车时请小心脚下。
It's difficult for people in wheelchairs to negotiate (= move up and down) steps.
坐轮椅的人上下楼梯很困难。
One of the steps on the ladder is broken.
梯子上有一个梯级坏了。
Stairs and lifts
steps [plural] another word for stepladder
stepladder 的另一种说法
kitchen steps
厨房用梯凳
library steps
图书馆用活梯
Stairs and lifts
(Definition of step noun (STAIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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