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feel your way

to do something ​slowly and ​carefully: I've only been doing the ​job for two ​months, so I'm still ​feeling my way.
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"feel your way" in British English

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feel your way

to ​judge where you are going by ​touching with ​yourhandsinstead of ​looking: The ​room was so ​dark, I had to feel my way along the ​wall to the ​door.
to ​actslowly and ​carefully because you are not ​certain how to do something: It's my first ​month in the ​job so I'm still ​feeling my way.
(Definition of feel your way from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “feel your way”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摸索着走动, 谨慎行事…
in Chinese (Traditional) 摸索著走動, 謹慎行事…
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