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find one's feet

Fig. to become used to a new situation or experience. She was lonely when she first left home, but she is finding her feet now. It takes time to learn the office routine, but you will gradually find your feet.
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find your feet

to become familiar with a new place or situation New students need a little time to find their feet.
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find your feet

to become familiar with a new place or situation It's important to give new students a chance to find their feet.
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Starting to find feet after slow start to campaign.
But the underlying uncertainty meant too many simple passes failed to find feet.
It was a brighter start after the break, City showing more urgency a willingness to find feet.
I was just starting to find feet in the team, but these things happen and I just want to get back into things.
8 ASHLEY YOUNG: Took time to find feet after starting in central position before drifting wide.