English version

fill somebody’s shoes

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfill somebody’s shoesfill somebody’s shoesto do the work that someone else normally does, especially when this is difficult because they have set a high standard fill
Examples from the Corpus
fill somebody’s shoesNew mayor Susan Hammer had to prove she could fill McEnery's shoes.
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