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under your feet

If someone is under your feet, they are near you in a way that is difficult and prevents you from doing what you want to do: The children were under my feet all day so I couldn't get anything done.
Translations of “under your feet”
in Chinese (Traditional) 阻礙,妨礙, 礙手礙腳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阻碍,妨碍, 碍手碍脚…
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