All Noun Verb
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  • This is followed by another step to the side with the left foot.
  • We have to take steps for the peace and well being of the region.
  • At half after five she was on her way back to the court-house steps. Cited from The Vertical City, by Fannie Hurst
  • After each step has been completed, there is always another step to be performed.
  • After his second term he stepped away from the political scene for four years.
  • Each stage consists of steps the child must master before moving to the next step.
  • Each stage consists of steps the child must master before moving to the next step.
  • Just a few steps in south-eastern direction lies the 19th-century theatre.
  • Some nations have taken steps to help increase the amount of trees on Earth.
  • In contrast, running begins when both feet are off the ground with each step.
  • Social security also took a few steps forward during his reign.
  • However, God could then step outside this game for any purpose.
  • In real music production, there is often an additional step.
  • They perform one step on one case at a time.
  • But she never, the girl told me, took that step.
  • The first step of the project is nearly complete.
  • A unit operation is a physical step in an individual chemical engineering process.
  • The first two steps amount to creating a new per-message key.
  • Each dance program has a list of defined dance steps, which is associated with it.
  • The method was adapted and became the foundation of other twelve-step programs.
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Meaning of step

  • noun The act of changing location by raising the foot and setting it down
    he walked with unsteady steps
  • noun Support consisting of a place to rest the foot while ascending or descending a stairway
    he paused on the bottom step
  • noun A short distance
    it's only a step to the drugstore
  • noun A solid block joined to the beams in which the heel of a ship's mast or capstan is fixed
  • verb Shift or move by taking a step
    step back
  • verb Put down or press the foot, place the foot
    For fools rush in where angels fear to tread, step on the brake
  • verb Cause (a computer) to execute a single command
  • verb Furnish with steps
    The architect wants to step the terrace
  • verb Move with one's feet in a specific manner
    step lively
  • verb Walk a short distance to a specified place or in a specified manner
    step over to the blackboard
  • verb Place (a ship's mast) in its step
  • verb Move or proceed as if by steps into a new situation
    She stepped into a life of luxury, he won't step into his father's footsteps