take the weight off your feet

take the weight off (one's) feet

To lie or (especially) sit down, generally after being upright for a long period of time. We've been walking all over town today, so I think we're just going to head back to the hotel and take the weight off our feet for a while.
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take the weight off your feet

If you take the weight off your feet, you sit down. If you want to take the weight off your feet, taxis are very reasonably priced.
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take the weight off your feet

sit or lie down and rest.
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take the ˈweight off your feet

(informal) used to tell somebody who is tired to sit down: Here, take the weight off your feet and I’ll bring you a cup of tea and a biscuit.
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