English version

off your feet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoff your feetoff your feetsitting or lying down, rather than standing or walking The doctor told me to stay off my feet for a few days. foot
Examples from the Corpus
off your feetIt was a relief to get off my feet for a while.They placed a lavatory chain around his neck and hoisted him off his feet.He kind of swept me off my feet.But the stories never swept the reading public off its feet the way the Sherlock Holmes tales did.He was in livery, and told me he was rushed off his feet.We were rushed off our feet yesterday.The doctor told me to stay off my feet for a few days.They have not, therefore, been swept off their feet.The boys aim only to get one over on the girls while the girls dream of being romantically swept off their feet.
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