Definition of sea legs in English:

sea legs

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noun

(one's sea legs)
A person’s ability to keep their balance and not feel seasick when on board a moving ship: now I’ve found my sea legs I’ll be much more useful
More example sentences
  • For the uninitiated, this book is the closest thing to getting one's sea legs without ever having to leave shore.
  • She had had her sea legs for too long now to be getting seasick.
  • The three stepped ashore on Trinidad, and tried to adjust their sea legs.

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