Definition of walk over in English:

walk over

phrasal verb

  • 1informal Treat in an inconsiderate or exploitative manner.

    ‘people always walked over him and didn't treat him with respect’
    • ‘She has money problems to rival the national debt, more people walking over her than a 'Welcome' mat and the requisite ex-boyfriend from hell.’
    • ‘He let Powell walk over him too much.’
    • ‘To others he is nothing short of a ruthless builder of wealth and prestige with little concern for those whom he walks over to get what he wants.’
    • ‘I'm not going to say you're so feeble that you let the tabloid press walk over you.’
    1. 1.1 Defeat easily.
      ‘a slippery, trickier competitor could walk over them’
  • 2Horse racing
    Traverse (a racecourse) without needing to hurry, because one has no opponents or only inferior ones.

    • ‘If a horse has no competitor, it can win by just "walking over" to the finish line.’
    • ‘Our horse just needed to "walk over" the course to collect the purse.’