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a load off (one's) feet
A break to rest, usually by sitting down. Do you mind if I sit down for a moment? I need to take a load off my feet. Phil went back to the hotel to take a load off his feet after all that walking. How about I come with you to the gift shop while Grandma stays here and takes a load off her feet?
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*a load off one's feet
Fig. the weight of one's body no longer supported by one's feet, as when one sits down. (*Typically: get ~; take ~.) Come in, John. Sit down and take a load off your feet. Yes, I need to get a load off my feet. Fm really tired.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.