Definition of not let the grass grow under one's feet in English:

not let the grass grow under one's feet

Not delay in acting or taking an opportunity.
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  • The Tidy Towns season is upon us, so don't let the grass grow under your feet.
  • The editor said: ‘Grans don't let the grass grow under their feet.
  • Catherine proved that she doesn't let the grass grow under her feet as she won the Northern Women's Championship.
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