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fall into step

To begin walking at the same pace as someone else. If you don't fall into step with us, you'll get left behind.
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fall into ˈstep (beside/with somebody)

(written) change the way you are walking so that you start walking in the same rhythm as the person you are walking with: He caught her up and fell into step beside her.
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Rhythm, both natural and acquired, is even at the heart of the knack for falling into step with the pace of a given swell, of being in the right place at the right time, something whose importance increases with the size and danger of the waves.
Telfer also blames our rugby clubs for not falling into step and it's sad that his bitterness will prevent him enjoying his retirement with Melrose, the club he coached to victory before going on to success with Scotland and the Lions.
Fox put his best foot forward, falling into step behind O'Neal (who had 13 of his 21 rebounds in the first half) and Kobe Bryant (13 first-half points on his way to 17).
THE Irish agriculture industry is feeling the effects of the declining Celtic Tiger, with land prices falling into step with the economic slowdown, according to evidence produced yesterday by the Central Statistics Office.