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put your feet up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput your feet upput your feet upinformalREST to relax, especially by sitting with your feet supported on something foot
Examples from the Corpus
put your feet upTake off your coat and put your feet up.E for elevation, otherwise known as putting your feet up.Then he put his feet up on the bench and snored for ten minutes.He pushed the ottoman over and I put my feet up.Well, at least put your feet up for a few minutes. Would you like a drink?Tammuz had dimmed the lights, put his feet up, and asked the computer to tune in the wall-screen.That boy needs a lot of teaching, he thought, putting his feet up.When you're pregnant and doing a full-time job, you must find time to put your feet up.He says it gave him time to put his feet up and relax.
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