Side-stepping



verb (used without object), sidestepped, sidestepping.
1.
to step to one side.
2.
to evade or avoid a decision, problem, or the like.
verb (used with object), sidestepped, sidestepping.
3.
to avoid or dodge by stepping aside.
4.
to evade or avoid (a decision, problem, or the like).
verb -steps, -stepping, -stepped
1.
to step aside from or out of the way of (something)
2.
(transitive) to dodge or circumvent
noun
3.
a movement to one side, as in dancing, boxing, etc

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