take something in your stride

take something in your stride

BRITISH or

take something in stride

AMERICAN
COMMON If you are in a difficult situation and you take it in your stride, you deal with it calmly and successfully. `How does Rayner cope with the stresses of the job?' — `He seems to take it all his stride.' Christie is always having to give talks to huge groups of people — she takes such things in her stride. Across the country, many people took yesterday's events in stride, while remaining generally uneasy about the stock market in general.
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take something in your stride

deal with something difficult or unpleasant in a calm and competent way.
See also: something, stride, take

take something in your ˈstride

(British English) (American English take something in ˈstride) accept and deal with something difficult without worrying about it too much: Joey was upset when we moved house, but Ben seems to have taken it all in his stride.
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