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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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Her only bridesmaid - Lady Sarah Armstrong Jones, nine-year-old daughter of Princess Anne Margaret and the page, Prince Edward, nine, fell into step behind.
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HER Majesty finally fell into step with the rest of the nation yesterday.
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