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plural of foot: feet firmly planted on the ground
Not to be confused with:
feat – achievement; exploit; courageous, daring act: an extraordinary feat
Plural of foot.
1. the plural of foot
2. at someone's feet as someone's disciple
3. be run off one's feet be rushed off one's feet to be very busy
4. carry off one's feet sweep off one's feet to fill with enthusiasm
5. feet of clay a weakness that is not widely known
6. get one's feet wet to begin to participate in something
7. have one's feet on the ground keep one's feet on the ground to be practical and reliable
8. on one's feet on its feet
a. standing up
b. in good health
c. (of a business, company, etc) thriving
9. put one's feet up to rest
10. stand on one's own feet to be independent
a pl. of foot.Idioms:
1. drag one's feet, to act or proceed slowly or reluctantly.
2. get one's feet wet, to take the first step in an activity, venture, etc.
3. have one's feet on the ground, to have a realistic, sensible attitude or approach.
4. on one's feet,
a. in a standing position.
b. in a secure, independent position or recovered state.
5. stand on one's own (two) feet,
a. to be financially self-supporting.
b. to be independent.
6. sweep off one's feet, to impress or overwhelm by ability, enthusiasm, or charm.
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n., pl. de foot; pies.