Idioms with FEET

find your feet
to start to be confident in a new situation
It took me a while to find my feet when I started my job.

on your feet
to recover after an illness or a difficult period
The company is back on its feet after the crisis.

land on your feet
to be lucky or in good condition after a difficult situation
After some ups and downs, he has landed on his feet.

get cold feet
to become too nervous and worried to do something
He was going to try bungee jumping, but he got cold feet.

drag your feet
to do something slowly because you do not really want to do it
You need to quit dragging your feet and make a decision.