mind/watch one's step
Definition of mind/watch one's step
1 : to walk carefully It's slippery, so watch your step.
2 : to speak or behave carefully You'd better watch your step with me, young lady.
Word by Word Definitions
: recollection, memory
: the element or complex (see 1complex 1) of elements in an individual that feels, perceives, thinks, wills, and especially reasons
: the conscious mental events and capabilities in an organism
: to attend to closely
: to keep vigil as a devotional exercise
: to be awake during the night
: to be attentive or vigilant
: the act of keeping awake to guard, protect, or attend
: the state of being wakeful
: a wake over a dead body
: a rest for the foot in ascending or descending: such as
: one of a series of structures consisting of a riser and a tread
: a ladder rung
: to move by raising the foot and bringing it down elsewhere or by moving each foot in succession
: to go on foot : walk
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