step all over (one)(redirected from steps all over someone)
step all over (one)
To treat one in a way that ignores or flouts their authority, input, or feelings; to take advantage of one or push one around. You need to discipline your students whenever they're out of line, or they'll step all over you for the whole year. My aunt steps all over my uncle because he's too meek to stand up for himself.
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