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play footsie

to touch someone's feet with your own under the table, usually in order to show sexual interest in the person: She kicked off her shoes and started playing footsie with him.
Translations of “play footsie”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在桌底下(與某人)碰腳調情…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在桌底下(与某人)碰脚调情…
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