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Phrase of the Day: ‘get/have cold feet’


English Lesson - cold feet

‘get/have cold feet’     /gɛt kəʊld fiːt/ or /hæv kəʊld fiːt/


This means to become afraid to do something that you planned or had already agreed to do.

“Sally’s getting cold feet about the wedding. She isn’t sure she loves him.”

I got cold feet and cancelled the appointment with the dentist.”