step on

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step on (third-person singular simple present steps on, present participle stepping on, simple past and past participle stepped on)

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see step,‎ on.
  2. (recreational drugs, transitive) to adulterate a drug for the purpose of increasing its bulk, and therefore its profit; to dilute, cut.
    • 1994 December 18, NICK LEZARD, “Stepped-On X”, in alt.psychoactives, Usenet[1]:
      This seems implausible. If ecstasy is going to be stepped on, you'd dilute it with something cheaper than heroin.

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