be in step (with someone or something)(redirected from been in step)
be in step (with someone or something)
1. To be in accordance with or conforming to something, especially what is considered correct, acceptable, etc. The senator is often criticized for not being in step with the mainstream views of the party, but that's why her fans love her.
2. To be following or maintaining the proper rhythm (along with someone or something). Come on, man, you need to be in step with the bass and drums.