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    Hitting my stride

    Happy new year everybody!

    I would like to catch the meaning of the phrase *hitting my stride*, I cannot find it in any dictionary!

    Thanks a lot in advance!
    S

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    Re: Hitting my stride

    hit (one's) stride
    1.
    To achieve a steady, effective pace.
    2. To attain a maximum level of competence.


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    Re: Hitting my stride

    Quote Originally Posted by sonyet View Post
    Happy new year everybody!

    I would like to catch the meaning of the phrase *hitting my stride*, I cannot find it in any dictionary!

    Thanks a lot in advance!
    S
    "Hitting your stride" comes from running -- that moment when you feel that the wind is at your back and you are really moving well. We often use "hitting your stride" to indicate that -- perhaps after some challenges -- you are finally moving confidently in the right direction.

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