Definition of sweep someone off their feet in English:

sweep someone off their feet

  • Quickly and overpoweringly charm someone.
    More example sentences
    • Both of the women said Swaby had been charming and swept them off their feet at first, buying them lots of gifts.
    • Dior's extravagant creations swept them off their feet, and transported them to a sublimely flattering existence.
    • He sweeps them off their feet, uses them for his own selfish purposes, and then dumps them when he gets tired of them.
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