get in(to) step (with someone or something)(redirected from getting in step with)
get in(to) step (with someone or something)
1. To begin conforming to something, especially what is considered correct, acceptable, etc. You really need to get in step—you work for this site, not for yourself. Stop trying to pressure that senator into getting in step with the mainstream views of the party.
2. To begin following or maintaining the proper rhythm (along with someone or something). Come on, man, you need to get into step with the bass and drums.
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- in step
- in step with (someone or something)
- be in step (with someone or something)
- be not playing the game
- in keeping with
- in keeping with (something)
- be (one's) man/woman
- (Someone or something) called, they want their (something) back!
- ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for (someone or something)
- (it's) showtime