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leg

noun
 
 
/leɡ/
[C] TRANSPORT one of the parts of a long journey: the first/final leg On the final leg of the flight we sat in economy class.
not have a leg to stand on to not have any way of supporting your opinion or defending your position on something: The State Department doesn't have a leg to stand on if it's going to contradict its own analysis.
have legs informal an idea or suggestion that has legs is considered to be something worth developing further: We're looking at the proposed legislation and we think it's got legs.
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