keep step


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

keep step

Move as quickly as others are; keep pace. Dancers in the back, please keep step! Your legs are so long, how can I possibly keep step with you?
See also: keep, step
References in periodicals archive ?
Not only must they learn ways to outpace the big boys, but to keep step with their global partners.
So if Christopher Wheeldon's new Danses Bohemiennes faltered, it faltered while trying to keep step with the best.
This would allow them to efficiently and securely develop their national currencies to keep step with current digital world.
As the city continues to grow as an international centre, it is increasingly important that licensing laws keep step with visitor expectations.
Delivering on its commitment of boosting Caliopa s development, Huawei has been investing in its human resources and infrastructure, prompting it to move offices to keep step with its rapid growth.
A new workflow and business process management (BPM) solution has been acquired by the county of Fresno, Calif for substituting a legacy system, which could not keep step with the county s deamnds.
Overall, the CTA Project, like DELTA itself aims to foster the development of Advanced Learning Technology in Europe in order to meet the growing training needs of a rapidly changing world in which there is an ever increasing demand for a more highly skilled workforce and hence retraining programmes to keep step with technological change.