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take the weight off your feet/legs

If you take the weight off your feet/legs, you sit down, especially after standing or walking for a long time: You must be exhausted after all that shopping - sit down and take the weight off your feet!
(Definition of take the weight off your feet/legs from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “take the weight off your feet/legs”
in Chinese (Simplified) (长时间站立或行走后)坐下歇歇脚,坐下喘口气…
in Chinese (Traditional) (長時間站立或行走後)坐下歇歇腳,坐下喘口氣…
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