Steal A March :
Stars and Stripes :
The stars and stripes is the American flag.
Stars in Your Eyes :
Someone who dreams of being famous has stars in their eyes.
Start From Scratch :
When you start something from scratch, you start at the very beginning.
State Of The Art :
If something is state of the art, it is the most up-to-date model incorporating the latest and best technology.
Status Quo :
Someone who wants to preserve the status quo wants a particular situation to remain unchanged.
Steal A March :
This expression indicates the stealthiness of a person over another to gain advantage of the situation.
If two persons are offered some jobs which are vacant, they resolve to go together next day at an agreed time, but one of them without telling the other, goes earlier than the other and secures the better of the two jobs, he is said to steal a march on the other person.
Steal His Thunder :
If someone steals your thunder, they take the credit and praise for something you did.
Steer Clear Of :
If you steer clear of something, you avoid it.
Stem The Tide :
If people try to stem the tide, they are trying to stop something unpleasant from getting worse usually when they don’t succeed.
Step On It :
This idiom is a way of telling someone to hurry up or to go faster.
Step On His Toes :
If you step on someone’s toes, you upset them, especially if you do something that they should be in charge of.
Step Up To The Plate :
If someone steps up to the plate, they take on or accept a challenge or a responsibility.
Steal A March
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