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Meaning of 'to step down'



 
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Meaning of 'to step down' #1 (permalink) Thu May 26, 2005 11:07 am   Meaning of 'to step down'
 

Test No. incompl/advan-38 "Are You in Debt?", question 4

One director of a major credit company has already been forced to ......... because of the bad publicity his company has attracted.

(a) step over
(b) step through
(c) step down
(d) step out

Test No. incompl/advan-38 "Are You in Debt?", answer 4

One director of a major credit company has already been forced to step down because of the bad publicity his company has attracted.

Correct answer: (c) step down
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Dear Sir,
I wonder why we use "step down" here instead of step over.What does it mean?
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Step down #2 (permalink) Thu May 26, 2005 19:01 pm   Step down
 

This means leave your job/post.
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