step turn

noun

Definition of step turn 

: a skiing turn executed in a downhill traverse by lifting the upper ski from the ground, placing it in the desired direction, weighting it, and bringing the other ski parallel

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That step turned into one giant leap, as Serena came back from the brink of defeat twice before the semifinals, then routed Sharapova (who would become No. Chris Chase, For The Win, "The 15 moments that have defined Serena Williams' career (so far)," 9 Mar. 2018 The latest step turns the visually-awkward Skyline Stage, originally an open-air venue, into a flexible indoor theater that expands the footprint of one of the pier's star attractions, the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Blair Kamin, chicagotribune.com, "Flexible, intimate and innovative, The Yard at Chicago Shakespeare has its opening night," 20 Sep. 2017

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1941, in the meaning defined above

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