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put a foot wrong

Definition of put a foot wrong in English:

[usually with negative] Make a mistake in performing an action: he hardly put a foot wrong in the first round
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  • But the film, shot largely on digital video, allowing it to use mostly natural light in a smoky, hazy look, hardly puts a foot wrong.
  • Jay-Jay's been sensational, Laville's hardly put a foot wrong.
  • They hardly put a foot wrong and contributed 16 points, converting two of the three tries and putting over four penalties.
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