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not put a foot wrong

to not make any mistakes
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Translations of “not put a foot wrong”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不犯任何錯誤…
in Russian не допускать ошибок…
in Turkish yanlış adım atmamak, hata yapmamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不犯任何错误…
in Polish nie popełnić najmniejszego błędu…
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