step是什么意思

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沐亦 4级
2009-12-19 回答
step
名词 n. 
1. 脚步[C]
She took a few steps towards the window. 
她向窗口走了几步。 2. 脚步声[C] 3. 一步的距离;短距离[C]
The museum is only a short step away from our school. 
博物馆离我们学校不远。 4. 步伐,步调[U][C] 5. 足迹[C] 6. 台阶[P] 7. 步骤;手段;措施[C]
Steps have been taken to ensure safety. 
已采取了安全措施。 8. 踏板;梯级;(接近目标的)一步,一阶段[C]
They have made a big step in their business. 
他们在事业上迈进了一大步。 9. 等级;升级 10. 舞步[C] 11. (计量器的)一个刻度[C] 12. 【美】【音】音阶
不及物动词 vi. [Q]
1. 跨步;走;步行
Please step this way. 
请这边走。 2. 踏(进),跨(入)
She stepped into the room and sat down in a sofa. 
她走进屋子在沙发上坐下。 3. 踩,踩住[(+on)]
Sorry! Did I step on your toes? 
对不起!我是不是踩到你的脚了? 
及物动词 vt. 
1. 跨(步);踏(脚);散步于
He stepped the riverside. 
他在河边行走。 2. 跳舞 3. 步测[(+out/off)] 4. 使成梯级
STEP
缩写词 abbr. 
1. =solutions to employment problems 就业问题解决办法
step-
前缀 pref. 
1. 表示"继;后;异","同父异母的,同母异父的"

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紫啸鸫 5级
2009-12-19 回答

步,步骤

雪纷飞 7级
2009-12-19 回答
2009-12-19 回答

步伐

n. 步,脚步;步伐;步骤;梯级 vi. 走;踏,踩 vt. 走,迈步
4级
2009-12-19 回答
step   /step/ DJ    /stɛp/ KK 
  • noun
    • the act of lifting your foot and putting it down in order to walk or move somewhere; the sound this makes 迈步;脚步声 countable
      • a baby's first steps 婴儿学步
      • He took a step towards the door. 他朝门口迈了一步。
      • We heard steps outside. 我们听见外面有脚步声。
      • See also: footstep; goose-step
    • the way that somebody walks 步伐;步态 countable usually singular
      • He walked with a quick light step. 他迈着轻快的步子走着。
    • the distance that you cover when you take a step 一步(的距离) countable
      • It's only a few steps further. 再走几步就到了。
      • He turned around and retraced his steps(= went back the way he had come). 他转身原路往回走。
      • She moved a step closer to me. 她朝我靠近一步。
      • The hotel is only a short step from the beach. 旅馆离海滩只有几步路。
    • one of a series of things that you do in order to achieve something 步骤;措施 countable
      • This was a first step towards a united Europe. 这是向建立统一欧洲的目标迈出的第一步。
      • We are taking steps to prevent pollution. 我们正在采取措施防止污染。
      • This won't solve the problem but it's a step in the right direction. 这虽不能解决问题,却是朝正确方向迈出的一步。
      • The new drug is a major step forward in the treatment of the disease. 这种新药的发现是治疗这一疾病的重大进展。
    • one of a series of things that somebody does or that happen, which forms part of a process 步;阶段 countable
      • See also: stage Synonym
      • Having completed the first stage, you can move on to step 2. 第一阶段完成后,你就可以接着进行第 2 步了。
      • I'd like to take this idea a step further. 我想把这一思想深化一步。
      • This was a big step up(= to a better position)in his career. 这是他在事业上向前迈出的一大步。
      • I'll explain it to you step by step. 我来一步一步地给你解释。
      • a step-by-step guide to building your own home 自建房舍的分步骤指导手册
    • a surface that you put your foot on in order to walk to a higher or lower level, especially one of a series 台阶;梯级 countable
      • She was sitting on the bottom step of the staircase. 她正坐在最下面一磴楼梯上。
      • We walked down some stone steps to the beach. 我们走下几级石阶,来到海滩上。
      • A short flight of steps led up to the door. 上几磴台阶就到了门口。
      • See also: doorstep
    • a series of movements that you make with your feet and which form a dance 舞步 countable usually plural
      • Do you know the steps of this dance? 你会这种舞的步子吗?
      • See also: quickstep
    • a type of exercise that you do by stepping on and off a raised piece of equipment 踏板操 uncountable
      • step aerobics 有氧踏板操
      • a step class 踏板操训练班
    • a stepladder 折梯;梯子 plural British English
      • a pair of steps 一架折梯
      • We need the steps to get into the attic. 我们得踩着梯子才能爬到阁楼上去。
      • Alternate: steps
    • the interval between two notes that are next to each other in a scale 音级;度 countable American English
      • See also: tone; semitone
    • Idiom: break step
      • to change the way you are walking so that you do not walk in the same rhythm as the people you are walking or marching with 走乱步伐
    • Idiom: fall into step (beside/with somebody) written
      • to change the way you are walking so that you start walking in the same rhythm as the person you are walking with (和某人)合上步伐,步调一致起来
        • He caught her up and fell into step beside her. 他赶上她,跟着她的步子往前走。
    • Idiom: in/out of step (with somebody/something)
      • putting your feet on the ground in the right/wrong way, according to the rhythm of the music or the people you are moving with (和某人)步伐一致(或不一致);(和音乐)合拍(或不合拍)
        • I found myself marching in step with the music. 我发现我在踏着音乐的节拍行走。
      • having ideas that are the same as or different from other people's (和某人)想法一致(或不一致)
        • She was out of step with her colleagues. 她和同事们想法不一样。
    • Idiom: mind/watch your step
      • to walk carefully 走路小心
      • to behave in a careful and sensible way 言行小心谨慎
        • You'd better watch your step with him if you don't want trouble. 你要是不想惹麻烦,跟他相处最好谨慎小心。
    • Idiom: a/one step ahead (of somebody/something)
      • when you are one step ahead of somebody/something, you manage to avoid them or to achieve something more quickly than they do 避开(某人或某事物);领先(某人或某事物)一步
  • verb
    • to lift your foot and move it in a particular direction or put it on or in something; to move a short distance 迈步;踩;踏;行走 V VN + adv./prep.
      • to step onto/off a bus 上╱下公共汽车
      • I stepped forward when my name was called out. 我听见叫我名字时向前迈了一步。
      • She stepped aside to let them pass. 她闪到一边让他们过去。
      • We stepped carefully over the broken glass. 我们小心翼翼地从碎玻璃上走了过去。
      • I turned around quickly and stepped on his toes. 我一个急转身,踩到了他的脚上。
      • She opened the door and stepped out into the sunshine. 她开开门,走到外面的阳光下。
      • Going into the hotel is like stepping back in time. 走进这家旅馆就像是回到了过去。 figurative
    • Idiom: step into the breach
      • to do somebody's job or work when they are suddenly or unexpectedly unable to do it 临时顶替某人工作;临时顶缺
    • Idiom: step into somebody's shoes
      • to continue a job or the work that somebody else has started 接替某人的工作
    • Idiom: step on it spoken
      • used especially in orders to tell somebody to drive faster (尤用以要求加速驾驶)开快点,赶快
    • Idiom: step on somebody's toes American English
      • See also: tread on somebody's toes Synonym
    • Idiom: step out of line; be/get out of line
      • to behave badly or break the rules 表现不好;不守规矩;越轨;出格
    • Phrasal: step back (from something)
      • to think about a situation calmly, as if you are not involved in it yourself 跳出(某事物的)圈子看问题
        • We are learning to step back from ourselves and identify our strengths and weaknesses. 我们正努力学会走出自我的樊篱,认清我们自身的优势和缺点。
    • Phrasal: step aside/down
      • to leave an important job or position and let somebody else take your place 让位;退位
    • Phrasal: step forward
      • to offer to help somebody or give information 主动站出来(帮忙或提供信息);自告奋勇
    • Phrasal: step in
      • to help somebody in a dispute or difficult situation 授之以手;居间调停;居中斡旋
        • A local businessman stepped in with a large donation for the school. 当地一位商人出面捐了一大笔款给学校。
        • The team coach was forced to step in to stop the two athletes from coming to blows. 运动队教练不得不介入,才使两个运动员没有动起手来。
    • Phrasal: step out especially American English
      • to go out 出去
        • I'm just going to step out for a few minutes. 我就出去一小会儿。
    • Phrasal: step up
      • to come forward 走上前去
        • She stepped up to receive her prize. 她走上前去领奖。
    • Phrasal: step something↔up
      • to increase the amount, speed, etc. of something 增加,提高(数量、速度等)
艺宝 8级
2009-12-19 回答

step 1.步骤,级,档,阶梯,步进 2.步骤 3.台阶 4.步

STEP 1.请看第三步 2.今日环境伙伴关系战略

step up 1.提高,加快,加紧 2.走近来;登上去

step in 1.插入,介入 2.介入;干预;参加

in step 1.同步,合拍 2.协调;同步;合拍