come to (one's) feet(redirected from come to one's feet)
come to (one's) feet
To stand up, often to show one's approval through applause and/or cheering. Everyone came to their feet after hearing the singer's powerful voice. We all came to our feet when the CEO walked into the conference room.
come to one's feet
to stand up. The audience came to its feet, cheering. Fred came to his feet to greet Roger.