stride in

stride in

1. To enter (some place) with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. The CEO strode in, cast her eyes around the office approvingly, then hurried out against just as quickly. You need to stride right in there and demand a raise—you deserve it!
2. To walk in or through some place with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or determined manner. You can always find the same group of power walkers striding in the park first thing in the morning. There are few things more majestic than seeing a pride of lions striding in the Savannah.
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stride in(to some place)

to walk with long steps into some place. Jeff strode into the restaurant and demanded the best table. He strode in and ordered roast chicken.
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Today's development represents a giant stride in the progress of our indigenous technological capabilities.
Singh further said that Saturday's development represents "a giant stride in the progress of our indigenous technological capabilities.