step aside

step aside
intransitive verb Date: 1949 step down

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • step aside — phrasal verb step aside or step down [intransitive] Word forms step aside : present tense I/you/we/they step aside he/she/it steps aside present participle stepping aside past tense stepped aside past participle stepped aside to leave an official …   English dictionary

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  • step aside — v. (D; intr.) to step aside for (he step asideped aside for a younger person) * * * [ stepə saɪd] (D; intr.) to step aside for (he step asideped aside for a younger person) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • step aside — verb a) to move out of ones way To step aside is human. b) to make room for others as replacements by withdrawing from a position or service …   Wiktionary

  • step aside — resign, quit so someone else can do the job    If Jon will step aside, Harvey can become president …   English idioms

  • step aside — ► step down (or aside) withdraw or resign from a position or office. Main Entry: ↑step …   English terms dictionary

  • step aside — Synonyms and related words: abdicate, about the bush, abrupt, alienate, avert, be pensioned, be superannuated, bear off, beat around, beg the question, cast off, cast out, cut adrift, cut off, cut out, delete, demit, depart, disarticulate,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • step aside — another way of saying step down. → step …   English new terms dictionary

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