find your feet - become confident and understand what you're supposed to be doing, shoot yourself in the foot - say something (without thinking it through) which will damage your opportunities in the future properly), put your foot in it - say something embarrassing or inappropriate, or which could upset someone - usually accidentally, follow in someone's footsteps - do a similar job or type of work as someone else before you, have (got) two left feet - used when you're not very coordinated or graceful (usually talking about dancing or similar), get off on the wrong foot - begin a relationship badly,




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