come to feet

come to (one's) feet

To stand up, often to show one's approval through applause and/or cheering. Everyone came to their feet after hearing the singer's powerful voice. We all came to our feet when the CEO walked into the conference room.
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come to one's feet

to stand up. The audience came to its feet, cheering. Fred came to his feet to greet Roger.
See also: come, feet