step on

Entry Definition
s/he kicks it out of sight to hide it; s/he steps on it or covers it with foot to hide it
s/he steps on something sharp or rough when walking barefoot
s/he traps it with foot, holds it by stepping on it (paper, cloth, etc.; e.g., when blowing away)
s/he steps on h/ hand
s/he kicks it too late (e.g., field goal), steps on it too late
s/he steps right on it
s/he steps right on h/
it makes noise when stepped on, it is heard being stepped on (e.g., worn brake, debris on forest floor)
s/he steps on it, triggering it or setting it off (e.g., trap)
s/he steps right in or on it (something soft or messy)
s/he loosens or softens it by stomping on it (e.g., soil, caked cement powder); s/he steps on it and crushes it (egg, etc.)
s/he kicks it thus, kicks it to there; s/he steps or stamps or stomps on it with foot; s/he applies force or weight of body to it (by jumping, standing, leaning, pushing, etc. on it); s/he dances it thus; (figuratively) s/he confronts it, overcomes it, etc.
s/he kicks something belonging to h/ thus, s/he kicks it to h/; s/he steps or stamps or stomps on something belonging to h/; s/he applies force or weight of body to something belonging to h/
s/he accidentally steps on it
s/he accidentally steps on it
s/he accidentally steps on something belonging to h/
s/he misses it when trying to step on it, loses footing or foothold on it
s/he accidentally steps on h/
s/he steps on it (something soft and wet; e.g., mudflat, boggy ground)
s/he slips when stepping on something soft (e.g., slush, mud)
s/he smashes it by stepping on it or by leaning against it with weight of body
s/he steps on top of it
s/he breaks it in two by stepping on it
s/he breaks h/ in two by stepping on h/
s/he breaks it in two by stepping on it or by putting weight on it