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set foot in (some place)

to ​enter a ​place: Can you ​believe she’s never set ​foot in a McDonald’s? Note: Used in questions and negative sentences.
(Definition of set foot in (some place) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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