mind/watch one's step

mind/watch one's step
BE CAREFUL, take care, step/tread carefully, exercise care/caution, mind how one goes, look out, watch out, be wary, be on one's guard, be on the qui vive.
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  • mind (or watch) one's step — walk or act carefully. → step …   English new terms dictionary

  • watch one's step — ► mind (or watch) one s step walk or act carefully. Main Entry: ↑step …   English terms dictionary

  • watch one's step — See mind one s step …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • mind one's step — watch one s step just watch your step when Mrs. Kline gets here Syn: be careful, take care, step/tread carefully, exercise care/caution, mind how one goes, look out, watch out, be wary, be on one s guard, be on the qui vive …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • mind one's step — ► mind (or watch) one s step walk or act carefully. Main Entry: ↑step …   English terms dictionary

  • mind — [n1] intelligence apperception, attention, brain*, brainpower, brains*, capacity, cognizance, conception, consciousness, creativity, faculty, function, genius, head, imagination, ingenuity, instinct, intellect, intellectual, intellectuality,… …   New thesaurus

  • step — ► NOUN 1) an act of lifting and setting down the foot or alternate feet, as in walking. 2) the distance covered by a step. 3) informal a short and easily walked distance. 4) a flat surface on which to place one s foot when moving from one level… …   English terms dictionary

  • step — noun 1》 an act or movement of putting one leg in front of the other in walking or running.     ↘the distance covered by such a movement.     ↘a short and easily walked distance. 2》 one of the sequences of movement of the feet which make up a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • step — n. & v. n. 1 a the complete movement of one leg in walking or running (took a step forward). b the distance covered by this. 2 a unit of movement in dancing. 3 a measure taken, esp. one of several in a course of action (took steps to prevent it;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • step — 1. noun 1) Frank took a step forward Syn: pace, stride 2) she heard a step on the stairs Syn: footstep, footfall, tread 3) she left the room with a springy step Syn: g …   Thesaurus of popular words

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