put feet up


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Related to put feet up: along the lines, without a hitch, so much for, take a back seat

put one's feet up

to sit down, lean back, and rest; to lie down. He was really exhausted and had to go put his feet up. Time to put up my feet and get some rest.
See also: feet, put, up

put your feet up

to relax and do very little After working all week, you deserve to put your feet up on the weekend.
Etymology: based on the literal meaning of put your feet up ( to sit with your feet supported above the ground)
See also: feet, put, up

put your feet up

to relax, especially by sitting with your feet supported above the ground I'm going to make myself a cup of coffee and put my feet up for half an hour.
See drag feet, find feet, jump in with both feet, keep feet on the ground, sweep off feet, think on feet, vote with feet
See also: feet, put, up