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    Smile What "kinda stepped on my point" means?

    I'm new to this forum.
    I oftren come across an expression "kinda stepped on my point there"
    when reading message board on the net and I don't know what that means.

    At first I thought you'd use this idiom when you want to mention "that's exactly what I meant to say" or "you just said what I tried to say", am I correct?

    I hope someone would answer to this question.

    thank you.

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    Default Re: What "kinda stepped on my point" means?

    If you step on something, you intrude or interfere.

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