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  1. step

    • IPA[step]

    美式

    • n.
      an act or movement of putting one leg in front of the other in walking or running;the distance covered by a step
    • v.
      lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other in order to walk somewhere or move to a new position;used as a polite or deferential way of asking someone to walk a short distance for a particular purpose
    • noun: step, plural noun: steps

    • verb: step, 3rd person present: steps, gerund or present participle: stepping, past tense: stepped, past participle: stepped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or movement of putting one leg in front of the other in walking or running:

      Ron took a step back

      she turned and retraced her steps

    • 2. the distance covered by a step:

      Richard came a couple of steps nearer

    • 3. a person's particular way of walking:

      she left the room with a springy step

    • 4. one of the sequences of movement of the feet that make up a dance.
    • 5. a short or easily walked distance:

      the market is only a short step from the end of the lake

    • 6. a flat surface, especially one in a series, on which to place one's foot when moving from one level to another:

      the bottom step of the staircase

      a flight of marble steps

    • 7. a doorstep:

      there was a pint of milk on the step

    • 8. a rung of a ladder.
    • 9. a stepladder:

      the steps are in the outhouse

    • 10. step aerobics:

      a step class

    • 11. a foothold cut in a slope of ice.
    • 12. a measure or action, especially one of a series taken in order to deal with or achieve a particular thing:

      the government must take steps to discourage age discrimination

      a major step forward in the fight for justice

    • 13. a stage in a gradual process:

      sales are up, which is a step in the right direction

    • 14. a particular position or grade on an ascending or hierarchical scale:

      the first step on the managerial ladder

    • 15. an interval in a scale; a tone (whole step) or semitone (half step).
    • 16. an abrupt change in the value of a quantity, especially voltage.
    • 17. a block, typically fixed to the vessel's keel, on which the base of a mast is seated.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other in order to walk somewhere or move to a new position:

      Claudia tried to step back

      I accidentally stepped on his foot

    • 2. used as a polite or deferential way of asking someone to walk a short distance for a particular purpose:

      please step this way

    • 3. perform a dance:

      they stepped it down the room between the lines of dancers

    • 4. take a particular course of action:

      young men have temporarily stepped out of the labor market

    • 5. set up (a mast) in its step.
    • adj. having or formed into a step or series of steps:

    • a building with stepped access

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    • adj. having or formed into a step or series of steps:

    • a building with stepped access

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    • comb. denoting a relationship resulting from a remarriage:

    • stepmother

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    • comb. denoting a relationship resulting from a remarriage:

    • stepmother

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    • plural projections resembling steps on the sloping part of a gable, common in Flemish architecture and 16- and 17th-century Scottish buildings.

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    • plural projections resembling steps on the sloping part of a gable, common in Flemish architecture and 16th- and 17th-century Scottish buildings.

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    • plural projections resembling steps on the sloping part of a gable, common in Flemish architecture and 16th- and 17th-century Scottish buildings.

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    • do as someone else did, especially in making a journey or following a career

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    • IPA[stɛp]

    英式

    • n.
      an act or movement of putting one leg in front of the other in walking or running:
    • Ron took a step back

      she turned and retraced her steps

    • v.
      lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other in order to walk somewhere or move to a new position:
    • Claudia tried to step back

      I accidentally stepped on his foot

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  2. 知識+

    • step over的中文意思

      step over 的中文意思就是:越過了... (某件事物)這個用詞可以用在物理上或心理上...line 最常一起搭配, 和 cross over the line 的意思一樣.例句:You have really stepped over the line this time你這次越過了界限 (你這次超過了可容忍的範圍之外)...

    • step right up的英文意思?

      step up 是站出來或站上來的意思舉例說: The batter just stepped up to the plate (打擊者剛上到打擊者的位置)而 step right up 是很口語話的一個...

    • 翻譯"I can't step down off..."

      I can't step down off of my tallness. 我無法放低我的身段. 我辦不到從奢華生活逐步...亦即無法放開自己的矜持.. 2012-10-13 09:13:37 補充: >I can't step down off of my tallness >小弟可以確定這句話的來源,出自於中國的網站...