keep out from under (one's) feet

keep out from under (one's) feet

To refrain from being a nuisance, distraction, or obstruction to one; to stay out of one's way. Please tell the kids to keep out from under my feet while I'm using these power tools. Look, I know you're new here and you want to learn how everything works, but keep out from under my feet, would you?
See also: feet, keep, out
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keep out from under someone's feet

Fig. to stay out of someone's way. Please keep out from under my feet. I'm very busy. Try to keep out from under Tom's feet while he is working.
See also: feet, keep, out
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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