Word: step

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Synonyms: step

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: step

spanish
escalón, medida, andar, paso


german
ablaufschritt, schritt, stufe, tritt, maßnahme, ...

french
rang, échelon, degré, enjambée, marcher, ...

italian
scalino, procedere, camminare, battuta, passo, ...

portuguese
escalão, dactilógrafa, medida, andar, medição, ...

dutch
lopen, pas, treden, mate, tred, ...

russian
скачок, ступать, интервал, мера, перешагивать, ...

norwegian
skritt, fottrinn, trappetrinn

swedish
träda, steg

finnish
pykälä, askelma, tahti, askel, harppaus, ...

danish
trin, trappe, skridt, forholdsregel

czech
šlapat, krok, zákrok, opatření, stupátko, ...

polish
nadeptywać, stąpać, próg, krok, środek, ...

turkish
adım, basamak, tedbir

greek
βηματίζω, διάβημα, βήμα

ukrainian
інтервал, хід, редан, ходе, східці, ...

albanian
hap

bulgarian
шап

belarusian
стопень

estonian
astuma, aste, sammuma

croatian
zvanje, prag, postupak, čin, papuča, ...

icelandic
trappa, skref, áfangi, fet

lithuanian
žingsnis, pakopa, laiptelis, priemonė

latvian
solis, kāpnes, pakāpiens, pasākums, soļi

macedonian
чекорот

romanian
treaptă, măsură, pas

slovenian
stopiti, stopnica

slovak
krok

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The meaning and "use of": step

noun
  • an act or movement of putting one leg in front of the other in walking or running.
  • a flat surface, especially one in a series, on which to place one's foot when moving from one level to another.
  • a measure or action, especially one of a series taken in order to deal with or achieve a particular thing.
  • an interval in a scale; a tone (whole step) or semitone (half step).
  • step aerobics.

verb
  • lift and set down one's foot or one foot after the other in order to walk somewhere or move to a new position.
  • set up (a mast) in its step.

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