TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PUT ONE'S BEST FOOT FORWARD»
The term «put one's best foot forward» is normally little used and occupies the 140.270
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUT ONE'S BEST FOOT FORWARD»
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The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, Second Edition
It was first re- corded in 1882. put one's back up ➧ See get someone's back up.
put one's best foot forward Try for the best possible impression, make a good start
, as in Come on, let's put our best foot forward for this interview. The allusion in ...
Rajpal Dictionary Of English Idioms & Phrases
... back up: Show or arouse resentment * This sort of attitude really puts my back
up Put one's best foot forward: Make one's best effort * He put his best foot
forward that enabled him to reach his coveted goal Put one's cards on the table:
American Slang: Cultural Language Guide to Living in the USA
Put on an act: fake the truth. She often puts on an act to try to impress her friends.
Put on an event: stage an event. We're putting on a garage sale. Put on the dog:
See, Dog. Put one's best foot forward: act one's best. Now that I have a good job,
Joseph Melillo, Edward M. Melillo, 2004
Put one's best foot forward Get on with one's work as fast as one can The Prime
Minister exhorted the Development Officers to put their best foot forward and help
in the progress of the Nation. Put one's candle on the table Make one 's intention
Prof. V.N. Sadasiva Rau, Sura College of Competition, 2004
Cartoon-illustrated Metaphors: Idioms, Proverbs, Cliches, ...
... a visit; l certainly intend on putting my best foot forward. Rain Cats and Dogs **
heavy downpour // rain very. 91 Chickens Come Home to Roost - 41 Put One's
Best Foot Forward.
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grass grow under one's feet £ GRASS to put one's best foot forward 1. SStfefT m ...
Advanced Learner's Dictionary
Foot and feet occur frequently in informal spoken English in expressions like My
foot!, get a foot in the door, put one's best foot forward, put one's foot down,
sweep someone off his feet, stand on one's own two feel, get cold feet, and put
English idioms for Spanish speakers
Creo que puedes confiar en el. Parece estar bien plantado. to put one's best foot
forward — esmerarse en hacer lo mejor posible. She put her best foot forward in
order to impress him. Se esmero en hacer lo mejor posible para impresionarlo.
Eugene Savaiano, Lynn W. Winget, 2007
1001 IDIOMS TO MASTER YOUR ENGLISH
To put one's foot down—To be firm E.g. Fatma put her foot down and refused to
meet the match maker. To put one's best foot forward—To try one's best E.g. You
have to put your best foot forward to get the job you like. Find your feet—You are
Idiomatic Expressions with English Grammar' 99 Ed.
PUT OUT TO SEA PUT ONE WISE PUT ONE'S BACK// INTO/TO//IT PUT ONE'S
BEST FOOT FORWARD PUT ONE'S CARDS ON THE TABLE PUT ONE'S
FINGER ON PUT ONE'S FOOT DOWN PUT ONE'S FOOT INTO ONE'S MOUTH
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PUT ONE'S BEST FOOT FORWARD»
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It's a lesson to put our best foot forward — and not drink and then trip on luggage in a ... In other words, it's a good place for one to put one's best foot forward. «nwitimes.com, Dec 14»