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step [ step] n.(脚)步;步骤 vi.走

in step 协调;同步;合拍

step by step 逐步地,一步步地

step up 走近来;登上去

take steps 采取步骤;采取措施

out of step 和…步调不一致

step in 介入;干预;参加

out of step 步调不一致,不协调

step by step 逐步

step in 插入,介入

step up 左 提高,加快,加紧

out of step

step by step

step in

step up
左 提高,加快,加紧

step [step] n.脚步,台阶,步骤vi.走,跨步

step mother n. 继母

step [step] 步骤

千里之行始于足下a thousand-li journey begins with the first step--the highest eminence is to be gained step by step

三步走战略 the three-step development strategy

循序渐进 step by step

Step Ladder 折叠梯

step on one's toes 触怒某人

step out 出外约会;暂时离开工作

watch one's step. 谨慎从事

Watch your step. 小心走路.

a thousand-li journey begins with the first step--the highest eminence is to be gained step by step

循序渐进 step by step

in step 齐步,合拍 

in step with 与...一致/协调

step by step 逐步地 

我将不得不采取必要步骤运用法律手段收回该项货款 I shall be obliged to take the necessary steps to legally recover the amount. ; I shall be compelled to take steps to enforce payment.

It is time the authorities concerned took proper steps to solve the traffic problems.

As for me, with the development of our national economy, all these problems will certainly be solved step by step.

Step up efforts to reform State-owned enterprises 加大国有企业改革力度

Step 步骤

steps in the acquisition process 收购的步骤

steering wheel step input or transient state yaw response test

step response test

step-head piston

frequency step sizes


Hold the handrail for safety while coming down the steps.

Sometimes a sympathizer is one step away from a lover.

Sometimes a sympathizer is one step away from a lover.

At the sound of steps, the chief ran away.

It is a giant step towards success.

The driver sounded his horn when the child stepped in front of his car.

Beaming with pleasure she stepped forward to receive her prize.

She stepped delicately over the broken glass.

What's your favorite steps? 你最喜欢跳什么舞?

There are several steps that can be taken, of which the chief one is to demand of all the organizations that exist with the declared objectives of safeguarding the interests of animals that they should declare clearly where they stand on violence towards people.

He was puzzled that I did not want what was obviously a “ step up” toward what all Americans are taught to want when they grow up: money and power.

Stand back! You're stepping on my toes.

The driver blew his horn when the child stepped in front of the car.

It's very comfortable to step on the soft ground in the spring.

We should take steps to prevent war.

She stepped on a loose stone and twisted her ankle.

Watch your step.
Mind your step.
Be careful where you walk.
Look where you're going.

Watch your step! *用于提醒地滑,看不清楚楼梯等场合。常用于公共告示。
Watch your step! (注意脚下。)
Oh, yeah? Why? (噢?是吗?为什么?)
Mind your step.
Be careful where you walk.
Look where you're going.

Step on it! *step on it 原意是“坐火车飞跑”现在常表示“赶紧”的意思。
Be quick!
Get a move on!
Move it!
Snap to it.

Stand back! *“一步也好两步也好,往后退退!”、“从站的地方向后退”。
Step back!

Back off! *打架的时候粗暴地对对方说“后退,躲开!”
Step back! (后退!)

It is the first step that is troublesome.

A journey of a thousand miles begains with a single step.

A road of a thousand miles begins with one step.

Confession is the first step to repentance.

Discontent is the first step in progress.

It is the first step that costs.

Knowledge advances by steps not by leaps.

Lying is the first step to the gallows.

One false step will make a great difference.

Step after step the ladder is ascended.

The first step is as good as half over.

The first step is the only difficulty.

The first step to virtue is to abstain from vice.

There is but one step from the sublime to the ridiculous.

Step wedge 阶梯楔块

Step- wadge calibration film 阶梯楔块校准底片

Step- wadge comparison film 阶梯楔块比较底片

Step wedge 阶梯楔块

Step-wedge calibration film 阶梯-楔块校准片

Step-wedge comparison film 阶梯-楔块比较片

That sort of defeats are only stepping-stones.
W.Reid. American journalist and diplomat

There is always a first brave person who breaks step with the stam-peding masses fleeing in panic, who pauses to help another to his feet ,creating his own eye in the storm, The stuff of heroes is made, forged in the midst of tragedy, in the blink of an eye.
Norman Stephens ,American writer

Never look down to test the ground before taking your step; only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon will find his right road.
Day Hammarskjold, American writer  
美国作家哈马舍尔德D . 

We should put aside and postpone all other reforms; that we have but one task-----the istruction of the people, the diffusion of education, the ecourgement of science----on that day a great step will have then been taken in our rgenerion.
Leon Gambetta, French educator 

You want to step outside? You want to take this outside? 你想要外面解决吗?

@@@ 增
add sth. to sth. 增加, 添加
build up 积累; 增长
more and more 越来越多
pile up 堆积; 增多, 积累
scale up 按比例增加, 相应提高
speed up 使加速, 增加速度
step up 使增加; 使加快

@@@ 快
as soon as possible 尽快
before long 不久以后; 很快
by leaps and bounds 迅速地, 突飞猛进地
clear out (尤指从建筑物、院落等)很快地离开, 撤离
dash off 迅速写(或画); 迅速完成
express business 快递业务
in a hurry 匆忙; 立即, 很快地
in high gear 高速, 高档
leaf through 迅速翻阅
look over (快速)检查; 浏览
rush through 快速地做, 匆忙完成
shoot up 迅速成长
snack food 快餐
snap out of it 重新振作起来(迅速摆脱某种坏的情绪)
speed up 使加速, 增加速度
spring up 突然出现; 迅速生长
step up 使增加; 使加快
take off 1.脱下, 脱去(尤指衣服)
2.(飞机、航天器)升空, 起飞; 迅速离开

down : 向下的位置(to or into a lower position)
cast down 扔下
cut down砍倒
get down 下来
hand down 传下来
knock down 撞倒
lay down 放下
let down 放下
pour down 倾盆而下
pull down 拉下
set down 放下
sit down 坐下
step down 走下来
throw down 扔下
turn down 拆下
take down 取下
blow down 吹倒
bring down 打倒
hang down 垂下
sink down 沉落
slip down 失足
squat down 蹲下
swallow down 吞下
stoop down 伏身
splash down 飞溅而下
touch down 降落
bend down 弯下
bow down 鞠躬
kneel down 跪下
lie down 躺下
strip down 脱下

in : 进入,向里(into, inside, indoors)
barge in 闯入
beat in 打进
break in 闯入,插嘴
breathe in 吸入
burst in 闯入,打断
drop in 偶然拜访
fall in 跌入
get in 插入,收进
knock in 打入
lead in 导入
let in 进入,嵌入
move in 迁入
step in 走进
settle in 迁入
smuggle in 偷偷运进
cut in 插嘴
call in 来访
draw in (火车)进站
intervene in 介入
involve in 卷入

step on one's toes 触怒某人

step out 出外约会;暂时离开工作

watch one's step. 谨慎从事

Watch your step. 小心走路.

Step into my office!

step by step 逐步地

step up 提高,加快,加紧

step into 插入,干涉

- get stage fright 怯场,紧张
The student got stage fright when he stepped into exam room.

- watch one's step 当心
You're better watch your step when you go out with John. He is a trouble-maker.

It will be advantageous if steps are taken to resume our business relationship on the basis of mutual benefit.

步 pace; step

步调 pace; step; foot

步伐 pace; step

步进 stepping

步骤 move; step; measure

步子 pace; step

跨步 step

‘Every journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.’
Today is your first step towards Learning English.

Step-by-step, over 1000 days, you will learn how to understand and speak English!
循序渐进,1000天之后,你既能听懂英语, 还能讲英语。

陛 [bì] /the steps to the throne/

便步走 [biàn bù zǒu] /march at ease/route step/

步 [bù] /a step/a pace/walk/march/stages in a process/

步步 [bù bù] /step by step/at every step/

步步为营 [bù bù wéi yíng] /advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step/consolidate at every step/

步调 [bù diào] /gait/marching order/step/pace/

步伐 [bù fá] /pace/(measured) step/march/

不敢越雷池一步 [bù gǎn yuè léi chí yī bù] /dare not go one step beyond the prescribed limit/

步进制 [bù jìn zhì] /step by step system/

步骤 [bù zhòu] /step/move/measure/

步子 [bù zi ] /step/pace/

踩 [cǎi] /step upon/tread on/stamp/

踩线 [cǎi xiàn] /step on the line/foot-fault/

彳 [chì] /step with left foot/

亍 [chù] /step with the right foot/

措施 [cuò shī] /measure/step (to be taken)/

磴 [dèng] /cliff-ledge/stone step/

蹬 [dèng] /step into (as tight shoe)/

第一步 [dì yī bù] /step one/first step/

分期 [fēn qī] /(adv) done in a staged manner; step by step/

陔 [gāi] /step/terrace/

级 [jí] /level/grade/rank/step/

继父 [jì fù] /step father/

继母 [jì mǔ] /step mother/

加紧 [jiā jǐn] /to intensify/to speed up/to step up/

渐进 [jiàn jìn] /progress step by step/gradual progress/to move forward (slowly)/

脚步 [jiǎo bù] /footstep/step/

阶 [jiē] /rank or step/stairs/

进一步 [jìn yī bù] /(one step) further/to move forward a single step/further (onwards)/

跨 [kuà] /step across/step astride/

跨越 [kuà yuè] /to step across/step over/

跬 [kuǐ] /brief/short step/

躐 [liè] /step across/

迈 [mài] /take a step/

蹑 [niè] /chase/step/tread/

却步 [què bù] /to step back/

让开 [ràng kai ] /to get out of the way/to step aside/

涉足 [shè zú] /set foot in/to step into/to become involved for the first time/

升级 [shēng jí] /to escalate (in intensity)/be stepped up/to increase/to rise/to go up/

失足 [shī zú] /to take a wrong step in life/

踏 [tà] /step on/

蹋 [tà] /step on/

台阶 [tái jiē] /(n) flight of steps/(n) chance to get out from an embarrassing situation/

一步 [yí bù] /(single) step/

预防措施 [yù fáng cuò shī] /protective step/protective measure/

逐步 [zhú bù] /progressively/step by step/

阼 [zuò] /steps leading to the eastern door/

The profession is taking steps to require young doctors to train in hospices, to test knowledge of aggressive pain management therapies, to develop a Medicare billing code for hospital-based care, and to develop new standards for assessing and treating pain at the end of life.

It's a rough world out there.
Step outside and you could break a leg slipping on your doormat.
Light up the stove and you could burn down the house.
Luckily, if the doormat or stove failed to warn of coming disaster, a successful lawsuit might compensate you for your troubles.
Or so the thinking has gone since the early 1980s, when juries began holding more companies liable for their customers' misfortunes.

Many an old firm was replaced by a limited liability company with a bureaucracy of salaried managers.
The change met the technical requirements of the new age by engaging a large professional element and prevented the decline in efficiency that so commonly spoiled the fortunes of family firms in the second and third generation after the energetic founders.
It was moreover a step away from individual initiative, towards collectivism and municipal and state-owned business.

Do we think we're shy and indecisive?
Then our sense of timidity can cause us to hesitate, to move slowly, and not to take a step until we know the ground is safe.

Recent court decisions have confirmed the right of all children — disabled or not — to an appropriate education, and have ordered that public schools take the necessary steps to provide that education.
In response, schools are modifying their programs, adapting instruction to children who are exceptional, to those who cannot profit substantially from regular programs.

{adj: bit-by-bit, in small stages, piecemeal, step-by-step, stepwise} one thing at a time

{adj: chipper, debonair, debonaire, jaunty} having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air
"looking chipper, like a man...diverted by his own wit"- Frances G. Patton
"life that is gay, brisk, and debonair"- H.M.Reynolds
"walked with a jaunty step"
"a jaunty optimist"

{adj: complete} having every necessary or normal part or component or step
"a complete meal"
"a complete wardrobe"
"a complete set of the Britannica"
"a complete set of china"
"a complete defeat"
"a complete accounting"
<-> incomplete

{adj: composed} serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress
"the performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage"
"I felt calm and more composed than I had in a long time"
<-> discomposed

{adj: degressive} going down by steps

{adj: dud} failing to detonate; especially not charged with an active explosive
"he stepped on a dud mine"

{adj: effective, effectual, efficacious} producing or capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect
"an air-cooled motor was more effective than a witch's broomstick for rapid long-distance transportation"-LewisMumford
"effective teaching methods"
"effective steps toward peace"
"made an effective entrance"
"his complaint proved to be effectual in bringing action"
"an efficacious law"
<-> ineffective

{adj: firm} (of especially a person's physical features) not shaking or trembling
"his voice was firm and confident"
"a firm step"

{adj: helpful} of service or assistance
"a child who is helpful around the house can save the mother many steps"

{adj: high-stepped, high-stepping} having or moving with a high step
"his high-stepped stride"
"a high-stepping horse"

{adj: inaugural, initiative, initiatory, first, maiden} serving to set in motion
"the magazine's inaugural issue"
"the initiative phase in the negotiations"
"an initiatory step toward a treaty"
"his first (or maiden) speech in Congress"
"the liner's maiden voyage"

{adj: incautious} carelessly failing to exercise proper caution
"an incautious step sent her headlong down the stairs"

{adj: initial} occurring at the beginning
"took the initial step toward reconciliation"

{adj: leaden, plodding} (of movement) slow and laborious
"leaden steps"

{adj: light, lightsome, tripping} moving easily and quickly; nimble
"the dancer was light and graceful"
"a lightsome buoyant step"
"walked with a light tripping step"

{adj: light-footed} (of movement) having a light and springy step
"a light-footed girl"
<-> heavy-footed

{adj: liveried} wearing livery
"liveried footmen stood on the palace steps"
<-> unliveried

{adj: manned} having a crew
"a manned earth satellite was considered a necessary research step"
<-> unmanned

{adj: precautionary, precautional} taken in advance to protect against possible danger or failure
"gave precautionary advice"
"I would take precautionary steps to keep him away"

{adj: preparatory, preparative, propaedeutic} preceding and preparing for something
"preparatory steps"

{adj: satisfactory, acceptable} meeting requirements
"the step makes a satisfactory seat"

{adj: slow} not moving quickly; taking a comparatively long time
"a slow walker"
"the slow lane of traffic"
"her steps were slow"
"he was slow in reacting to the news"
"slow but steady growth"
<-> fast

{adj: soft-footed} sound of quiet gentle steps

{adj: springless} lacking in elasticity or vitality
"went off with springless steps"

{adj: springy} (of movements) light and confidently active
"he walked away with a springy step"

{adj: thirdhand} derived from what is primary or original by two intermediate steps
"a thirdhand report"

{adj: tiptoe} walking on the tips of ones's toes so as to make no noise
"moving with tiptoe steps"

{adj: topmost, uppermost, upmost} at or nearest to the top
"the uppermost book in the pile"
"on the topmost step"

{adj: trampled, trodden} crushed or broken by being stepped upon heavily
"her trampled flowers lay crushed and broken"
"the grass was trodden and muddy"

{adj: uncertain, unsure, incertain} lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance
"uncertain of his convictions"
"unsure of himself and his future"
"moving with uncertain (or unsure) steps"
"an uncertain smile"
"touched the ornaments with uncertain fingers"
<-> certain, sure

{adj: unmindful, forgetful, mindless} not mindful or attentive
"while thus unmindful of his steps he stumbled"- G.B.Shaw
<-> mindful

{adv: aside} on or to one side
"step aside"
"stood aside to let him pass"
"threw the book aside"
"put her sewing aside when he entered"

{adv: back, backward, backwards, rearward, rearwards} at or to or toward the back or rear
"he moved back"
"tripped when he stepped backward"
"she looked rearward out the window of the car"
<-> forward

{adv: daringly} in an original manner
"daringly he took the first step"

{adv: else} (usually used with `or') if not, then
"watch your step or else you may fall"
"leave or else I'll get angry"

{adv: forward, forwards, frontward, frontwards, forrad, forrard} at or to or toward the front
"he faced forward"
"step forward"
"she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine"; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
<-> backward

{adv: gradually, bit by bit, step by step} in a gradual manner
"the snake moved gradually toward its victim"

{adv: inordinately, extraordinarily} extremely
"she was inordinately smart"
"it will be an extraordinarily painful step to negotiate"

{adv: lightsomely, trippingly} moving with quick light steps
"she walked lightsomely down the long staircase"

{adv: mincingly} in a mincing manner
"she stepped mincingly over the puddles"

{adv: stepwise, step by step} proceeding in steps
"the voltage was increased stepwise"

{adv: tactfully} showing tact or tactfulness; in a tactful manner
"he stepped tactfully in to prevent trouble"
<-> tactlessly

{adv: transitionally} as a transitional step or in a transitional manner

{n: American saddle horse} a high-stepping horse originating in Kentucky

{n: Calvary cross, cross of Calvary} a Latin cross set on three steps

{n: Catherine of Aragon, Catherine} first wife of Henry VIII; Henry's divorce from her was the initial step of the Reformation in England (1485-1536)

{n: Jacob's ladder, jack ladder, pilot ladder} (nautical) a hanging ladder of ropes or chains supporting wooden or metal rungs or steps

{n: Land, Din Land, Edwin Herbert Land} United States inventor who incorporated Polaroid film into lenses and invented the one-step photographic process (1909-1991)

{n: Loafer} a low leather step-in shoe; the top resembles a moccasin but it has a broad flat heel

{n: Moon} the natural satellite of the Earth
"the average distance to the moon is 384,400 kilometers"
"men first stepped on the moon in 1969"

{n: Tesla coil} a step-up transformer with an air core; used to produce high voltages at high frequencies

{n: abdication, stepping down} a formal resignation and renunciation of powers

{n: abdication, stepping down} the act of abdicating

{n: accelerator, accelerator pedal, gas pedal, gas, throttle, gun} a pedal that controls the throttle valve
"he stepped on the gas"

{n: annexation} the formal act of acquiring something (especially territory) by conquest or occupation
"the French annexation of Madagascar as a colony in 1896"
"a protectorate has frequently been a first step to annexation"

{n: beatification} (Roman Catholic Church) an act of the Pope who declares that a deceased person lived a holy life and is worthy of public veneration; a first step toward canonization

{n: caller, caller-out} a person who announces the changes of steps during a dance
"you need a fiddler and a caller for country dancing"

{n: cha-cha, cha-cha-cha} a modern ballroom dance from Latin America; small steps and swaying movements of the hips

{n: chasse, sashay} (ballet) quick gliding steps with one foot always leading

{n: classical ballet} a style of ballet based on precise conventional steps performed with graceful and flowing movements

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