||resign, quit so someone else can do the job
||If Jon will step aside, Harvey can become president.
||resign, leave a position, bow out
||It was time for Pierre to step down - time for him to resign.
|step on his dick
||cause an error, screw up
||John really stepped on his dick when he lost that CD.
It had all his customer accounts on it.
|step on it
||go faster, step on the gas, pedal to the metal
||Father said, "Step on it, son. We don't want to be late."
|step on people
||hurt people to get ahead, use people to succeed
||I want wealth, but I don't want to step on people to get it.
|step on their toes
||offend them, upset them
||When I mentioned their debt, did I step on their toes?
|step on your dick
||cause a problem for yourself, shoot yourself in the foot
||You really stepped on your dick when you told her about seeing
your old girlfriend.
|step out of line
||do something bad, misbehave
||If John steps out of line again, I'll remind him of the rules.
|step up to the plate
||do your best, take action,
take your turn
|Pedro said, "It's time for me to act. It's time to step up to the plate."
|stick in my craw
||irritate me, get to me
||That decision really sticks in my craw. How could he sell Gretzky?