Definition of wait on someone hand and foot in English:

wait on someone hand and foot

Attend to all someone’s needs or requests, especially when this is regarded as unreasonable: I was wallowing in the luxury of the hotel, being waited on hand and foot
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  • I also surmised that she is one of these women who is subservient to her husband and waits on him hand and foot.
  • He pampered me as he always does when I'm sick and waited on me hand and foot and now I feel so overwhelmingly guilty that I'm just going to pack it in and go to bed before he says ‘are you ok?’
  • But that's the thing - people wait on you hand and foot.
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