How to Conjugate Step On
- Infinitive: Step On
- Present Tense: Step On/ Steps On
- -ing Form: Stepping On
- Past Tense: Stepped On
- Past Participle: Stepped On
Definitions of Step On:
1. To place your foot on something or someone.
Examples: Seth was walking around bare foot and stepped on a piece of glass.
I accidentally stepped on my partner’s foot while slow dancing.
2. To tell someone to hurry or move quickly.
Examples: You had better step on the gas if we’re going to make our flight.
Step on it, or we’ll be late!
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