tread on (one's) heels(redirected from tread on your heels)
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tread on (one's) heels
To walk directly behind someone; to follow someone very closely. I'm so sick of this personal assistant treading on my heels all around the office. He knew the police were treading on his heels, but he didn't speed up or change course so that he wouldn't arouse suspicion.