English Language Lessons

Tips and training suggestions for learning English as a foreign language.

Idiom of the week – Take it in stride/Take something in stride

Posted by englishlessons on February 4, 2013

Definition:

accept or manage difficulties well

Examples:

When her manager suddenly changed her job responsibilities, she took it in stride.

He can adjust quickly. Whenever there’s a software update, he takes it in stride.

Picture it:

Picture yourself striding or walking along and not hesitating or stopping when there’s an obstacle in your path.

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