Step over conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: step aside, do, relocate

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
step over
step over
steps over
step over
step over
step over
Future Simple
will step over
will step over
will step over
will step over
will step over
will step over
Past Simple
stepped over
stepped over
stepped over
stepped over
stepped over
stepped over
Conditional Simple
would step over
would step over
would step over
would step over
would step over
would step over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am stepping over
are stepping over
is stepping over
are stepping over
are stepping over
are stepping over
Future Progressive
will be stepping over
will be stepping over
will be stepping over
will be stepping over
will be stepping over
will be stepping over
Past Progressive
was stepping over
were stepping over
was stepping over
were stepping over
were stepping over
were stepping over
Conditional Progressive
would be stepping over
would be stepping over
would be stepping over
would be stepping over
would be stepping over
would be stepping over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have stepped over
have stepped over
has stepped over
have stepped over
have stepped over
have stepped over
Future Perfect
will have stepped over
will have stepped over
will have stepped over
will have stepped over
will have stepped over
will have stepped over
Past Perfect
had stepped over
had stepped over
had stepped over
had stepped over
had stepped over
had stepped over
Conditional Perfect
would have stepped over
would have stepped over
would have stepped over
would have stepped over
would have stepped over
would have stepped over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been stepping over
have been stepping over
has been stepping over
have been stepping over
have been stepping over
have been stepping over
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been stepping over
will have been stepping over
will have been stepping over
will have been stepping over
will have been stepping over
will have been stepping over
Past Perfect Progressive
had been stepping over
had been stepping over
had been stepping over
had been stepping over
had been stepping over
had been stepping over
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been stepping over
would have been stepping over
would have been stepping over
would have been stepping over
would have been stepping over
would have been stepping over

Examples of step over

Example in English
Mom, lay down, so I can step over you!"
This incredible thing, that a young girl... should step over the ocean... leave the old world for the new world... to join her lover-- this thing will I accomplish."
To do that, you'll have to step over my dead body!"
You wanna step over here a second?"
closed" means "come in," "step over the chain," "there's so many less people to trample all over what you're looking for. "
Mom, lay down, so I can step over you!"
This incredible thing, that a young girl... should step over the ocean... leave the old world for the new world... to join her lover-- this thing will I accomplish."
To do that, you'll have to step over my dead body!"
You wanna step over here a second?"
closed" means "come in," "step over the chain," "there's so many less people to trample all over what you're looking for. "
A little stern, but he never steps over the line.
And we can run up and down the "rocky"steps over and over again.
Can i please have all my angels on the steps over here?
Couple steps over the line into my area.
Do you think Detective Reagan steps over the line?
A little stern, but he never steps over the line.
And we can run up and down the "rocky"steps over and over again.
Can i please have all my angels on the steps over here?
Couple steps over the line into my area.
Do you think Detective Reagan steps over the line?
Listen, buddy, you've stepped over the line.
The instant, however, that I had stepped over the threshold, he moved impulsively forward, and holding out his hand grasped mine with a strength that made me wince, an effect which was not lessened by the fact that it seemed as cold as ice -
buzzer sounding) for the record, I never stepped over the line.
He stepped over Sean.
I stepped over the line.
And, Miss Winfield, would you mind stepping over here alongside of Allen?
Father... Would you mind stepping over here, please?
Mind stepping over to the bank with me?
Would you mind stepping over here?
Come on. -They're stepping over your feet.
Listen, buddy, you've stepped over the line.
The instant, however, that I had stepped over the threshold, he moved impulsively forward, and holding out his hand grasped mine with a strength that made me wince, an effect which was not lessened by the fact that it seemed as cold as ice -
buzzer sounding) for the record, I never stepped over the line.
He stepped over Sean.
I stepped over the line.
And, Miss Winfield, would you mind stepping over here alongside of Allen?
Father... Would you mind stepping over here, please?
Mind stepping over to the bank with me?
Would you mind stepping over here?
Come on. -They're stepping over your feet.

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