find one's feet

find one's feet
find one's feet establish oneself in a particular field.
Main Entry: find

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  • find one's feet — To become able to stand or able to cope readily with new conditions • • • Main Entry: ↑find * * * stand up and become able to walk ■ establish oneself in a particular field I think he really started to find his feet with this album …   Useful english dictionary

  • find one's feet — verb To grow in confidence in a new situation as one gains experience. If you ask for help when you need it, you will soon find your feet …   Wiktionary

  • find one's feet —    To say that someone in a new position is finding their feet means that they are learning what to do and gaining self confidence.     Our new trainee is beginning to find his feet …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • find one's feet — stand up and become able to walk. ↘establish oneself in a particular field. → find …   English new terms dictionary

  • find one's feet — become adjusted; become established …   English contemporary dictionary

  • find one's --- — {v. phr.} To become able to use (some power of the body or mind.) * /In the program for the parents, John was nervous and could not speak at first; then he found his tongue./ * /The young bird had just found its wings./ * /The baby was just… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • find one's --- — {v. phr.} To become able to use (some power of the body or mind.) * /In the program for the parents, John was nervous and could not speak at first; then he found his tongue./ * /The young bird had just found its wings./ * /The baby was just… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • find\ one's\ --- — v. phr. To become able to use (some power of the body or mind.) In the program for the parents, John was nervous and could not speak at first; then he found his tongue. The young bird had just found its wings. The baby was just beginning to find… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • find — ► VERB (past and past part. found) 1) discover by chance or deliberately. 2) recognize or discover to be present or to be the case. 3) ascertain by research or calculation. 4) Law (of a court) officially declare to be the case. 5) (find against… …   English terms dictionary

  • find — [[t]fa͟ɪnd[/t]] ♦ finds, finding, found 1) VERB If you find someone or something, you see them or learn where they are. [V n] The police also found a pistol... [V n] They have spent ages looking at the map and can t find a trace of anywhere… …   English dictionary

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