English version

lockstep

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlocksteplock‧step /ˈlɒkstep $ ˈlɑːk-/ noun 🔊 🔊 in lockstep
Examples from the Corpus
lockstepIf both are in lockstep mentally, it will be a long, exhausting struggle.Skies darken, in lockstep with Sampras' mood.Hayworth is one of the many first-term Republican foot soldiers who proudly fall into lockstep behind Rep.What else could this lockstep be but a channel for guilt?
From Longman Business Dictionarylocksteplock‧step /ˈlɒkstepˈlɑːk-/ noun in lockstep (with something) if two amounts, levels etc rise and fall in lockstep with each other, they rise and fall at the same timeBecause most managers are unwilling to make distinctions among their employees, pay in most organizations still moves in lockstep.Its rates rise in lockstep with those of its competitors.
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