Definition of baby step
: a very small step or advance in progress These companies can create products that take a real leap forward, rather than the traditional baby steps that larger companies with greater commitments must make. — Home Theater
baby–stepplay \ˈbā-bē-ˌstep\ verb, transitive + intransitive,
baby–stepping… after the 2-1 victory that baby-stepped the sixth-place Rangers within four points of the first-place Devils … — Larry Brooks “This is murder,” John Chaney had said in that ever-raspy voice as he baby-stepped toward the court Thursday night. “My feet are killing me.” — Tom Archdeacon
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