next stepThe next step in AIDS treatment
step forwardDaak shook his head, slowly, and took a step forward.
take a stepNow take a step to the right here, there's a —’
first step towardsThis first step towards abstraction is complemented by the initial stages of differentiation.
step upMaking a decision not to take the next step up doesn't have to be permanent, of course.
each stepI'm going to take it steadily, step by step, and enjoy each step.’
step by stepI'm going to take it steadily, step by step, and enjoy each step.’
step outHe ducked his head and made to step out into the sunshine.
small stepOne small step for the able bodied, but an impossible barrier for Rosina Palmer, confined to a wheelchair at her home at Coleford in Gloucestershire, since an operation last year.
further stepFrom a social psychological perspective, there is a further step to be taken, in order to link the social norms to individual consciousness.
major stepThis little volume represents another major step forward in the chronicling of such vehicles.
every stepNot a condition that mature, worldly Luke Denner ever believed in, and I fought it every step of the way.’
final stepThe final step in this early process of cataloguing the British Flora came when Druce published ‘The Comital Flora’(1932).
unusual step(3) Select committees — committees constituted ad hoc for a special purpose, an unusual step in the case of Public Bills.
step backI step back.
second stepThe second step is to examine the empty case.
important stepBut would-be proettes should be warned to think carefully before taking such an important step.
step furtherIt is even taken a step further.
step approachThe model of learning which underlies much of the literature on criterion-referencing is that of the learning hierarchy: the small step by small step approach from no proficiency to perfect performance.
unit step functionThe exponentially decaying step function corresponding to unit step function is depicted in figure 11.4(b).