from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. To increase speed or rate.
  • v. To assume responsibility; to volunteer or offer.


From step up to the plate ("take one's at bat, take responsibility") (Wiktionary)


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  • If your child is going to use a seat adapter, he also needs a foot-stool so he can step up to the adult toilet.

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  • These werent as battleworthy as the equipment of Roman legions but they were a major step up from kitchen utensils.

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  • Other vessels of the class, although not having experienced the rigors to which the Equinox had been subjected, have performed extremely well, leading Starfleet to step up production, confident that the Nova-class will effectively succeed the Oberth-class.


  • It was a step up from what I did inCradle 2 the Grave .

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  • “The SNJ was a big step up from both the Aeroncas and Luscombes for me,” Armstrong explains.

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  • I give a green light to Geneva to step up the use of all our time-tested standby arrangements for seed money, personnel, disaster relief equipment, and coordination with both UN and non-UN relief agencies.

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  • Arching my used-to-be-threaded brow at her, I turned, and walked over to the corner to step up on a chair and change the channel on the TV hanging.

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  • He sensed Dr. Lense much more easily, as she tried to step up quietly behind him.

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  • The podium was open for anyone to step up to and speak, and that was why Gweneth was tempted by it.

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