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a closed mouth gathers no feetOne who does not speak can be certain he won't say anything embarrassing.Rate it:

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beat feetTo flee.Rate it:

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beat feetTo run.Rate it:

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Get the Lead Out of Your FeetTo move hurry or work fasterRate it:

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in one's stockinged feetWearing socks, stockings or other hosiery on one's feet but no shoes.Rate it:

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put one's feet upTo relax.Rate it:

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cold hands, warm heart; dirty feet, no sweetheart!A few old timer's "fun" way to compliment a lady & to find out if she could be courted.Rate it:

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plant your feet firmly on the ground!Assume a firm stand, become resolute, reject intimidation.Rate it:

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stand on one's own two feetTo be independent. To survive without any help.Rate it:

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at the feet ofAs a disciple, student, subordinate or worshiper of.Rate it:

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at the feet ofUsed other than as an idiom: Situated near the feet of.Rate it:

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Cold FeetHaving a second thought while making a decision, lack of confidence or having fear of taking some daring stepRate it:

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cover one's feetto lower one's garment, especially to urinate or defecate.Rate it:

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drag one's feetTo procrastinate, put off; to dawdle, avoid, or make progress slowly and reluctantly.Rate it:

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feet firstWith the feet preceding the rest of the body.Rate it:

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feet firstIn the manner of a deceased person (i.e., dead).Rate it:

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Feet of ClayA hidden flaw in one’s characterRate it:

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feet of clayTo say that someone, who appears strong or invincible, in fact has a hidden weak point which could cause their fall.Rate it:

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feet on the groundIn a manner characteristic of a practical person; sensibly.Rate it:

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find one's feetTo grow in confidence in a new situation as one gains experience.Rate it:

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get cold feetTo become nervous or anxious and reconsider a decision about an upcoming event.Rate it:

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get one's feet wetTo begin gaining experience; To take a risk and try something new.Rate it:

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Get Your Feet WetDoing something for the first time, first experience of somethingRate it:

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hold someone's feet to the fireTo maintain personal, social, political, or legal pressure on someone in order to induce him or her to comply with one's desires; to hold someone accountable for his or her actions.Rate it:

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itchy feetA strong desire to travel; wanderlust.Rate it:

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itchy feetRestlessness.Rate it:

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keep your feet on the groundmaintain a sense of composure, refuse to get all up in the air over any reversal.Rate it:

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land on one's feetTo be lucky, or successful, often in difficult situations.Rate it:

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lay something at the feet ofTo assign responsibility for (something) to (someone).Rate it:

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let the grass grow under one's feetTo be idle; to fail to make progress.Rate it:

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light on one's feetnimble, light-footedRate it:

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light on one's feeteffeminate, homosexualRate it:

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on one's feetBeing stable or capable, especially in a financial or emotional sense.Rate it:

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on one's feetBeing standing up.Rate it:

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on one's feetBeing well again after a bout of illness.Rate it:

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out on one's feetStanding erect but not consciously aware of one's surroundings, or only minimally aware, and having little or no ability to control one's bodily actions, as a result of physical injury or exhaustion.Rate it:

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out on one's feetStupefied; dazed; nonfunctional.Rate it:

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six feet underBuried six feet underground; not alive; dead.Rate it:

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sweep someone off their feetTo seduce someone romantically.Rate it:

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Sweep You Off Your FeetTo leave a fine impression with your emotions and enthusiasm, to get overwhelmed by emotions and feelings of loveRate it:

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think on one's feetWhen one is in the middle of a process, activity, or conversation, to adjust rapidly, effectively, and intelligently to new developments or changing circumstances.Rate it:

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to not let any grass grow under one's feetto be always active and never delay in taking an actionRate it:

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two left feetExhibiting particular clumsiness, especially at dancing or at soccer.Rate it:

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vote with one's feetTo show a lack of support for something by departing or otherwise absenting oneself.Rate it:

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vote with one's feetTo show support for something by going to or otherwise being present somewhere.Rate it:

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tread outTo press out with the feet; to press out, as wine or wheat.Rate it:

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ad pedes alicuius accidereto fall at some one's feet.Rate it:

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ad pedes alicuius se proicere, se abicere, procumbere, se prosternereto throw oneself at some one's feet.Rate it:

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CAVOKAcronym of Ceiling and visibility OK., sometimes alternatively interpreted as "Clouds and Visibility OK", a weather status report for pilots when visibility is at least 10 kilometres, there are no clouds below 5000 feet or minimum sector altitude, and there is no current or forecast significant weather such as precipitation.Rate it:

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cet homme-là est bien tombéThat man has fallen on his feet; That man has applied to the right person (or, ironic), to the wrong person.Rate it:

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