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a·stride / əˈstrīd/ • prep. with a leg on each side of: he was sitting astride the bike a figure astride a horse | [as adv.] he sat on the chair astride. ∎  extending across: the port stands astride an international route why do people build their dream homes astride some seismic fault? ∎  [as adv.] with legs apart: he stood, legs astride.

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astride

astride XVII. f. A-1 + STRIDE.

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astride

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