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VERB 大步走;阔步行走 If you stride somewhere, you walk there with quick, long steps.
They were joined by a newcomer who came striding across a field...
He turned abruptly and strode off down the corridor.
N-COUNT 步幅;大步;一步(的距离) A stride is a long step which you take when you are walking or running.
With every stride, runners hit the ground with up to five times their body-weight...
赛跑者每一步落地时对地面的压力最大能达到其体重的 5 倍。
He walked with long strides.
N-SING 步态;步伐 Someone's stride is their way of walking with long steps.
He lengthened his stride to keep up with her.
N-COUNT (快速的)进展，进步，发展 If you make strides in something that you are doing, you make rapid progress in it.
The country has made enormous strides politically but not economically.
PHRASE 进入状态;开始走上轨道;驾轻就熟 If you get into your stride or hit your stride, you start to do something easily and confidently, after being slow and uncertain.
The campaign is just getting into its stride...
He's still learning and when he hits his stride, he'll be unstoppable.
PHRASE 从容处理;泰然处之 In British English, if you take a problem or difficulty in your stride, you deal with it calmly and easily. The American expression is take something in stride .
Beth was struck by how Naomi took the mistake in her stride.