I couldn't understand the meaning of the second sentence. How can I say it differently?
You have to give a presentation. Both feet in today, ok?
- busterwasmycatLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
both feet in means full involvement, like not just touching your toes in the water to see if it is good enough for swimming, but all the way in. You can't back off, so you might as well go whole-hog, give it your all, dive right in fully.
- abdulLv 71 year ago
Punctuate it differently, a comma or semicolon instead of a period.
- MurzyLv 71 year ago
It means to give it your all.
- Pat WoodenLv 71 year ago
"Both feet in" means to do something quickly and fearlessly. The term comes the way people approach entering a body of water. Some people test the water with one foot to see how cold it is; others just jump in with both feet, unafraid of the temperature.
So, you could say something like: Give it all you've got, OK?" "Knock them out, OK?"
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- martyLv 71 year ago
All your attention should be on the presentation
- David B.Lv 71 year ago
Both feet in implies full commitment.