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step-by-step

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstep-by-stepˌstep-by-ˈstep adjective [only before noun]  CAREFULa step-by-step plan, method etc explains or does something carefully and in a particular orderstep-by-step guide/approach/instructions etc a step-by-step guide to making it in the music businessstep by step adverb Take each lesson step by step.
Examples from the Corpus
step-by-stepThe step-by-step approach was adopted and the high degree of success achieved can be largely attributed to this strategy.Its very imperfection is powerful testimony of its ancient history, a history of step-by-step change rather than of deliberate design.Pupils need clear step-by-step explanations in order to avoid confusion.Mike Palmer gives you a step-by-step guide to making a fast start in 1991.Here, we show step-by-step how you could fit the new Leisure sink.You can never experience the real satisfaction of growing roses well by following a list of step-by-step instructions.step-by-step guide/approach/instructions etcYou can never experience the real satisfaction of growing roses well by following a list of step-by-step instructions.In Britain there is a preference for a tactical step-by-step approach against a background of traditional consensus.There are step-by-step instructions and warnings about what not to do.With simple-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, Delia holds your hand through every stage of the ordeal.They have realised the effectiveness of the step-by-step approach, the moderate image and the long-term plan.Mike Palmer gives you a step-by-step guide to making a fast start in 1991.The step-by-step approach was adopted and the high degree of success achieved can be largely attributed to this strategy.
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