February 28, 2006

the shoe is on the other foot

Posted in Idioms at 1:46 pm by Feng

the shoe is on the other foot — the situation is now the opposite of what it was before [freedict]

I think it is a useful phrase. Here is an example: “For a long time my friend laughed at my problems at work. Now the shoe is on the other foot and he also has serious problems.”

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2 Comments »

  1. nagaj said,

    good writung

  2. merrell shoe said,

    The Internet has brought the world of shopping to the fingertips of just about everyone. Long gone are the days of

    driving from shop to shop, wasting precious time and petrol just to find that one particular item you’ve been searching

    for in the size you need. In this case, we’re referring to shoes.


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