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1    a long step or pace  
2    the space measured by such a step  
3    a striding gait  
4    an act of forward movement by an animal, completed when the legs have returned to their initial relative positions  
5    progress or development (esp. in the phrase make rapid strides)  
6    a regular pace or rate of progress  
to get into one's stride, to be put off one's stride     
7      (Rowing)   the distance covered between strokes  
8      (Also called)    stride piano     (Jazz)   a piano style characterized by single bass notes on the first and third beats and chords on the second and fourth  
9    pl  
Informal     (chiefly Austral)   men's trousers  
10    take (something) in one's stride   to do (something) without difficulty or effort  
      vb   , strides, striding, strode, stridden  
11    intr   to walk with long regular or measured paces, as in haste, etc.  
12    tr   to cover or traverse by striding  
he strode thirty miles     
13    often foll by: over, across, etc.   to cross (over a space, obstacle, etc.) with a stride  
14    intr     (Rowing)   to achieve the desired rhythm in a racing shell  
     (Old English stridan; related to Old High German stritan to quarrel; see straddle)  
   strider             n  

water strider   , skater  
      n      another name for a       pond-skater  
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Consulte también:

water strider, stride, stridor, striker

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