stride into (some place)

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stride into (some place)

To enter some place with long steps, especially in a hasty, vigorous, or confident manner. The CEO strode into the office, cast her eyes around the place approvingly, then hurried out against just as quickly. The teacher always strides into class a couple minutes after the bell has rung. You need to stride right into her office and demand a raise—you deserve it!
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Ergo, the hitter who has to stride into an outside pitch or away from an inside pitch must wait until the ball is halfway to the plate to start his stride.