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have the world at your feet

to be extremely successful and admired by a great number of people: Five years after her debut, the diminutive star of the Royal Ballet has the world at her feet.
Translations of “have the world at your feet”
in Chinese (Traditional) 極為成功, 為世人仰慕…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极为成功, 为世人仰慕…
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