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maternal aunt / step-mother / childcare worker / nursemaid / woman of similar age to one's parents (term of address used by child) / CL: 個|个
measure / step / CL: 個|个
procedure / step
  *踩* | 踩* | *踩
to step on / to tread / to stamp / to press a pedal / to pedal (a bike) / (online) to downvote
progressively / step by step
to do less well than before / to make a concession / setback / backward step / leeway / room to maneuver / fallback
steps / flight of steps / step (over obstacle) / fig. way out of an embarrassing situation / bench (geology)
  *跨* | 跨* | *跨
to step across / to stride over / to straddle / to span
  *邁* | 邁* | *邁
to take a step / to stride
to shun / to avoid (sb) / to skirt / to evade (an issue) / to step back / to withdraw / to recuse (a judge etc)
pace / (measured) step / march
  *蹬* | 蹬* | *蹬
to step on / to tread on / to wear (shoes) / (slang) to dump (sb) / Taiwan pr. [deng4]
  *級* | 級* | *級
level / grade / rank / step (of stairs) / CL: 個|个 / classifier: step, level
one step further / to move forward a step / further onwards
synchronous / to synchronize / to keep step with
  *階* | 階* | *階
rank or step / stairs
  *步* | 步* | *步
a step / a pace / walk / march / stages in a process / situation
by stages / staggered / step by step / in installments
the next step
  *登* | 登* | *登
to scale (a height) / to ascend / to mount / to publish or record / to enter (e.g. in a register) / to press down with the foot / to step or tread on / to put on (shoes or trousers) (dialect) / to be gathered and taken to the threshing ground (old)
to add oil / to top up with gas / to refuel / to accelerate / to step on the gas / (fig.) to make an extra effort / to cheer sb on
footstep / step
to stride toward (success) / to march toward / to take a step toward
  *踏* | 踏* | *踏
to tread / to stamp / to step on / to press a pedal / to investigate on the spot
to appear personally / to step in / to step forth / to show up
step one / first step
to retire / to withdraw / to retreat / to step down
to step into the new year / New Year
to step across / step over
to intensify / to speed up / to step up
to reduce the pressure (of a fluid) / to lower one's blood pressure / to lower (or step down) the voltage
in sequence, step by step (idiom); to make steady progress incrementally
to get out of the way / to step aside
to be unable to move a single step
to step into / to enter
step by step / little by little
out of step with current thinking / outmoded / inappropriate for the occasion
stride / to step (on the spot) / to mark time / at a standstill
to step back
to set foot on / to step on or into
to advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step / to consolidate at every step
hand and foot / movement of limbs / action / trick / step in a procedure (CL:)
gait / marching order / step / pace
flight of steps / (fig.) a means of advancement / stepping stone
stepping stone / fig. person used to advance one's career
to step down gracefully (humble expression) / to concede defeat / to play second fiddle
lit. a brick as a door knocker (idiom); fig. a temporary expedient / to use sb as a stepping stone to fortune
to advance / to step forward
to set foot in / to step into / to become involved for the first time
to step forward bravely
to walk / to step / pace / traveling (walking with the ball, a foul in basketball)
  *躝* | 躝* | *躝
to pass / to step over / to creep / to twine round
step by step / at every step
protective step / protective measure
to step in / to stride forward / to forge ahead
to move (sth) aside / to step aside / to move over (when sitting on a bench) / to shift (one's gaze)
railtrack connection / to integrate into sth / to dock / to connect / to be in step with / to bring into line with / to align
  *砅* | 砅* | *砅
cross stream by stepping on stones
to lose one's footing / to slip / to take a wrong step in life
to squeeze in / to step in / to take part / to step between (two persons in a relationship)
to be off the beat / to sound awful (of singing) / (fig.) to wander off the topic / (diving) to step toward the end of the board / approach
in time with (i.e. same rhythm) / to keep in step with / fig. to cooperate
  *躐* | 躐* | *躐
step across
  *躧* | 躧* | *躧
shoe / to step
to boost the pressure (of a fluid) / to boost (or step up) the voltage
step / pace
to step out / to take a (first) step
to get there in one step (idiom); easily done / success at a stroke / to get results overnight
quick step
stepped fields / terracing
to run off the track / to step out of line / to overstep the bounds of propriety
a step away / very close
one step, one footprint (idiom); steady progress / reliable
to go off the stage / to fall from position of prestige / to step down (from office etc) / to disentangle oneself / to get off the hook
stepper motor
  *蹋* | 蹋* | *蹋
to step on
stoping (excavating ore using stepped terraces) / to extract ore / extraction / to pull back
to remove / to step back from involvement / to disengage
progress step by step / gradual progress / to move forward (slowly)
to save the show (for instance by stepping in for an absent actor)
(dialect) to step aside / Get out of the way!
step by step / one step at a time
goose-step (for military parades)
(coll.) to scam sb by setting up an "accident" in which one appears to have sustained damage or injury caused by the scam victim, then demanding compensation (variations include putting "expensive" porcelain in a place where it is likely to be knocked over by passers-by, and stepping into the path of a slow-moving car)
to wade across the river, feeling for footholds as one goes (idiom) / to advance cautiously, step by step / to feel one's way forward
  *亍* | 亍* | *亍
step with the right foot / see 彳亍
stone step
unable to move a single step (idiom) / to be in an (extremely) difficult situation
to step on the brake / to brake (when driving)
one falls, the next follows (idiom); stepping into the breach to replace fallen comrades / advancing wave upon wave
to walk in someone's steps / to follow in someone's footsteps (literary) / a step (literary)
to climb step by step / to rise steadily / on the up and up
momentary slip / false step / ill-considered action
to step down from office / to go into opposition
plan of convenience (idiom); stop-gap measure / makeshift stratagem / interim step
half-sibling relationship / brothers with different mother / step-
to have eyes / (fig.) to look where one is going / to watch one's step / to be cautious
to take a (striding) step
to put the last hand to (a book, a film etc) / to finalize / to kill-green (a step in the processing of tea leaves)
step by step system

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