English version

stand on your head/hands

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstand on your head/handsstand on your head/handsSTANDto support yourself on your head or hands, with your feet in the air stand
Examples from the Corpus
stand on your head/handsA malevolent demon was standing on his head.Somehow the doctrine of the Fall had been stood on its head.Susan was teaching Wyatt how to stand on his hands.I can do it standing on my head, although I won't.And the hoops were made by soldiers, who turned over and stood on their hands and feet.We did; the moment the car stopped there I jumped out and stood on my head in the grass.She had a washboard stomach, and her boyfriend would stand on his hands on chairs balanced above her.Maybe I have to stand on my head to prove I mean it.
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