English version

have/keep your feet on the ground

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/keep your feet on the groundhave/keep your feet on the groundSENSIBLEto think in a sensible and practical way and not have ideas or aims that will be impossible to achieve It was a great result, but we have to keep our feet firmly on the ground. foot
Examples from the Corpus
have/keep your feet on the groundShe's really creative, but she also has her feet firmly on the ground.So I guess inversely he taught me the need to be prepared and keep both feet on the ground.
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