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have two left feet

humorous
to move in a very awkward way when dancing: When we danced together, I discovered he had two left feet.
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Translations of “have two left feet”
in Chinese (Simplified) 笨手笨脚, 不灵活(跳舞时舞步非常笨拙)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 笨手笨腳, 不靈活(跳舞時舞步非常笨拙)…
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