land on feet
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land on your feet
to be in good or improved condition after a difficult experience It may take a few months to get a job, but I'm sure you'll land on your feet.
land on your feet(British, American & Australian) also fall on your feet (British & Australian)
to be lucky or successful after you have been in a difficult situation She really landed on her feet - she found an apartment right in the middle of San Francisco. Richard takes the most awful risks, but he always seems to fall on his feet.