Stride

Stride Meaning & Definition – দীর্ঘ, লম্বা পা ফেলিয়া চলা,  ডিঙিয়ে যাওয়া.

verb.

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Stride Meaning & Definition

দীর্ঘ, লম্বা পা ফেলিয়া চলা, ডিঙিয়ে যাওয়া.

Definition of Stride

  1. walk with long, decisive steps in a specified direction.
  2. cross (an obstacle) with one long step.

Stride Synonyms

March, stalk, pace, tread, step, walk.

Antonyms of Stride

Amble, meander, ramble, stroll, wander

Stride in a Sentence

  • The campaign is just getting into its stride.
  • Without pausing for breath or breaking her stride, she pushed open the door of his private office
  • Shea’s testimony threw the defense off stride.
  • They took the emergency in their stride.
  • He lengthened his stride to keep up with her.
  • The slightest noise puts him off his stride when he’s performing.
  •  Without breaking her stride she ducked the ball.
  • He interrupted mid-speech and it put me off my stride.
  • The fence is so low that even a ten – year – old boy can stride it.
  • It’s going to be tough-but I’m sure you’ll take it all in your stride.
  • After a nervous start, he finally got into his stride in the second set.
  • The shouting from the back of the hall completely put me off my stride.
  • She attributes her record-breaking speed to the length of her stride.
  • The boy walked with a manly stride.
  • In one short stride, he reached the window.
  • We’ve managed to match our closest competitors stride for stride as regards prices.
  • Holmes matched Boulmerka stride for stride down the home straight to finish second.
  • When he’s got into his stride, I am sure his work will improve.
  •  He set off with a loping stride.

Stride Meaning & Definition and in Recognized sources

Stride in Cambridge dictionary, Wikipedia.