stride en Inglés

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n. act of striding; one long step; distance covered in one step; progress
v. walk with long easy steps; go over in one long step; straddle
v. squeak, screech, creak, clash, jangle, squeal, grate, jar

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“Ah!” she cried, rising and striding around the room.
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If a demon had placed the depths of hell between Sarrasine and La Zambinella, at that moment he would have crossed it with one stride.
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Sarrasine was striding up and down. Suddenly he halted in front of Zambinella.
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A wagoner who was striding behind him heard him, and asked, "Who are you?"
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Eventually Mouse shook off the apple and heard the plants laughing at him. He strode over to the flowerpot.
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Don Marcelo returned from this visit with melancholy resignation. Those people had undoubtedly made great strides. He was not such a blind patriot that he could not admit what was so evident.
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Furthermore he did not pretend to be an ascetic, and Bertha Erckmann was certainly a tempting adventure in mid ocean. Upon recalling her, his imagination always saw a race horse. Large, spare, roan colored, and with a long stride.
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It was still night when he awoke shivering with the cold, trembling from head to foot. He started to run so as to warm himself; he reached the Paseo de Rosales and strode up and down several times.
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On hearing of these social strides, Desnoyers could not but think of the pecuniary sacrifices which they must represent. He knew Karl's past,
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They left the inn and strode off at a fast clip. They entered the San Millán café. Roberto ordered supper. Manuel knew Tabuenca from having seen him in the street, and as they ate he explained to Roberto just what sort of fellow he was.
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Sinónimos

1. walk: march, parade, sling, bestride, stamp, stalk
2. step: pace, gait, tread



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