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Results for: [jiao3 bu4] footstep, step Translations: 1 – 30 / 104 English Chinese (one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards) 进一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4] (one step) further, to move forward a single step, further (onwards) 進一步 [jin4 yi1 bu4] (single) step 一步 [yi1 bu4] a step up, to rise to the next level 提級 [ti2 ji2] a step up, to rise to the next level 提级 [ti2 ji2] a step, a flight of steps, a ladder, a podium, fig.: a way up (e.g. to progress or to promotion) 阶梯 [jie1 ti1] a step, a flight of steps, a ladder, a podium, fig.: a way up (e.g. to progress or to promotion) 階梯 [jie1 ti1] a step, a pace, walk, march, stages in a process 步 [bu4] advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step, consolidate at every step 步步为营 [bu4 bu4 wei2 ying2] advance gradually and entrench oneself at every step, consolidate at every step 步步為營 [bu4 bu4 wei2 ying2] bow-and-arrow step (dance step) 弓箭步 [gong1 jian4 bu4] brief, short step 跬 [kui3] by stages, staggered, step by step 分期 [fen1 qi1] capture, step on 跴 [cai3] chase, step, tread 蹑 [nie4] chase, step, tread 躡 [nie4] cliff-ledge, stone step 磴 [deng4] dare not go one step beyond the prescribed limit 不敢越雷池一步 [bu4 gan3 yue4 lei2 chi2 yi1 bu4] footstep, step 脚步 [jiao3 bu4] footstep, step 腳步 [jiao3 bu4] gait, marching order, step, pace 步調 [bu4 diao4] gait, marching order, step, pace 步调 [bu4 diao4] goose-step (for military parades) 正步 [zheng4 bu4] in stages, step by step 阶段性 [jie1 duan4 xing4] in stages, step by step 階段性 [jie1 duan4 xing4] level, grade, rank, step 級 [ji2] level, grade, rank, step 级 [ji2] lit. one wrong step causes thousand hatred, A single slip may cause lasting sorrow. 一失足成千古恨 [yi1 shi1 zu2 cheng2 qian1 gu3 hen4] march at ease, route step 便步走 [bian4 bu4 zou3] maternal aunt, step-mother 阿姨 [a1 yi2]
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