- n. 大步走；一大步；步伐；进步
- vt. 跨；跨骑
- vi. 迈大步走；跨过；分腿站立
- 跨坐在， 跨立，岔开腿站立
- 骑（乘）， 跨骑
- vt. & vi. 大踏步走; 跨过 walk with long steps or cross with one long step
- [C] 大步 distance covered by one long step
- [C] 步法,步态 person's way of striding; gait
a step in walking or running
the distance covered by a step;
"he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
significant progress (especially in the phrase
"they made big strides in productivity"
walk with long steps;
"He strode confidently across the hall"
cover or traverse by taking long steps;
"She strode several miles towards the woods"
- In a few strides he crossed the room.
- I was three strides from the door.
- In a big stride he came out of the room.
- The boy walked with a confident manly stride.
- He set off with a loping stride.
- Great stride has been made in science since 1900.
- Tom has made enormous strides in his maths this term.
- The boy is too young to stride the ditch.
- The stream is so narrow that we could easily stride over it.
- China is striding ahead in her economic construction.
- She strode onto the platform.
- He strided across several rain puddle on his way home.
- He strode off in anger.
- She strode purposefully up to the door and knocked loudly.
- The girl strode across a ditch and ran away .
- The fence is so low that even a ten-year-old boy can stride it.
- Tom reached the door in several strides.
- He walked with long strides.
- The child could not keep up with his father's strides.
- We've made great strides in medical technology this century.
- get into one's stride
开始走上轨道settle into a fast, confident and steady pace of doing sth
- take in one's stride
轻而易举地做某事accept and deal with sth without special effort
take sth in one's stride
They took the emergency in their stride.
- delivery stride 投掷步
- stride scale 步测比例尺
- return stride 转身速滑
- full stride 大步滑行
- stride position 开脚姿势
- long stride 长滑步; 大幅步...
- stride plan 步法安排
- giant stride 旋转秋千
- clearance stride 跨栏步
- stride frequency 步频
- stride across 跨过
- without breaking stride 不让他人打断...
- stride piano 钢琴跨跃弹奏法...
- take in one's stride 轻而易举地应付...
- make great strides 大有进步(突飞猛进)...
- take something in one's stride 从容地应付
- get into one's stride 开始上轨道
- put someone off his stride 干扰某人,打乱某人的...
- strike one's stride 开始上轨道, 开始紧...
- hit one's stride 使出干劲, 卖力...
Madame..walked downhill with long, confident strides.出自： R. Frame
The gate was open, but therein did wait A sturdy villein, striding stiffe and bold.出自： Spenser
The bridge..proudly strides with half a dozen lofty arches over a stream.出自： R. Cumberland
- stride, plod, walk
- walk是最常用的词,指通过双足交替运动而使身体移动的动作; plod指缓慢而吃力地走; stride指长而有规律地大步走,特别表示匆忙、烦恼、自傲地走路,或充沛的昂然阔步。例如:
- The captain walked the deck.船长在甲板上走动。
- Labourers plodded home through the muddy fields.工人们穿过泥泞的田地吃力地走回家去。
- She turned and strode off.她转身迈着大步走了。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的stride，意为步伐。