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HSK
procedure / step
HSK 5
one step further / to move forward a step / further onwards
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a step / a pace / walk / march / stages in a process / situation
synchronous / to synchronize / to keep step with
to run / to jog / (military) to march at the double
progress / improvement / to improve / to progress / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
to go on foot / to walk
walking path / pathway
to take a walk / to go for a walk
progressively / step by step
HSK 5
footstep / step
to wander / to ramble / recreational hiking / to perambulate
initial / preliminary / tentative
HSK 6
to be on foot
trick (of the trade) / clever move / (Taiwanese, POJ pr. [phiat-pōo])
to set out / to set in motion / the start (of some activity)
treadmill / running machine
infantry / foot / infantryman / foot soldier
pace / (measured) step / march
HSK 6
step by step / at every step
to step into / to enter
stage / degree (to which a situation has evolved) / situation / leeway
HSK 6
to get around using a conveyance (car, bicycle, sedan chair etc) / to ride (or drive) / means of transportation
vehicle / (more specifically) mobility vehicle (mobility scooter, electric wheelchair, Segway etc)
to concede / to give in / to yield / a concession / (linguistics) concessive
stride / to step (on the spot) / to mark time / at a standstill
rifle / CL: ,
gait / marching order / step / pace
pedometer
the next step
foot (syllabic unit in verse) / meter / scansion
steadily / a steady pace
lit. walking alone / prominent / unrivalled / outstanding
dance steps
foot drill (military, physical exercises etc)
to walk slowly / with deliberate steps
car-free zone / pedestrian street
to halt / to stop / to go no farther
Uber, app-based taxi company founded in 2009
to advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step / to consolidate at every step
to step back
to stroll beneath the moon
DPP (Democratic Progressive Party, Taiwan) / abbr. to 民進黨|民进党
to do less well than before / to make a concession / setback / backward step / leeway / room to maneuver / fallback
HSK 5
quick step
to make progress only with great difficulty (idiom)
step one / first step
a step away / very close
gait / to walk
stepper motor
cat-like gait / sashaying gait of a catwalk model
to walk slowly / to amble along / gradually / slowly
step by step / one step at a time
to turn around
asynchronous
gait / tread
(Tw) car-free zone / pedestrian zone
footwork
pedestrian
step / pace
(said by departing guest) no need to see me out
to pace / to stroll
to have a stroll
to mark time (military) / to make no headway
asynchronous
runner
to settle a matter in one go
unable to move a single step (idiom) / to be in an (extremely) difficult situation
in big strides / (fig.) in giant steps
to rapidly go up in the world / meteoric rise (of a career, social position etc)
sudden big stride forward
to walk / to step / pace / traveling (walking with the ball, a foul in basketball)
assault rifle
to shrink back / to flinch
Reebok (sportswear manufacturer)
rapid progress
horse stance (martial arts)
one step, one footprint (idiom); steady progress / reliable
to stroll / to saunter
reaching heaven in a single bound (idiom); (esp. with negative: don't expect) instant success
pedestrian area
to follow sb closely (idiom) / to keep close to
goose-step (for military parades)
to blindly follow suit (idiom) / to imitate slavishly / to do what everyone else is doing
(literary) to move forward
escalation
at a fast pace
step by step system
ambulatory leg (of a crab, lobster, spider etc)
small quick steps
to come to a stand / to stop
at a stride / taking large steps (while walking)
to trot
to gain a firm foothold / (fig.) to get oneself established
(idiom) not to yield an inch
dangling ornament worn by women
to go on foot (idiom) / to do things at a leisurely pace
to stride forward
to step forward / to walk

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