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Meaning of “get into your stride” - Learner’s Dictionary

get into your stride

UK ( US hit your stride)
to start to do something well and with confidence because you have been doing it for a period: Once I get into my stride, I'm sure I'll work much faster.Adapting and attuning to somethingAdapting and modifying Changing
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