Put Yourself in His Shoes :
Put Your Cards On The Table :
If you put your cards on the table, you make your thoughts or ideas perfectly clear.
Put Your Foot Down :
When someone puts their foot down, they make firm stand and establish their authority on an issue.
Put Your Foot In It :
If you put foot in it, you do or say something embarrassing and tactless or get yourself into trouble.
Put Your Foot In Your Mouth :
If you put your foot in your mouth, you say something stupid or embarrassing.
Put Your Hand On Your Heart :
If you can put your hand on your heart, then you can say something knowing it to be true.
Put Your Heads Together :
If people put their head together, they exchange ideas about something.
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is :
If someone puts their money where their mouth is, they back up their words with action.
Put Your Shoulder To The Wheel :
When you put your shoulder to the wheel, you contribute to an effort.
Put Your Thumb On The Scales :
If you put your thumb on the scales, you try to influence the result of something in your favor.
Put Yourself in Someone’s Shoes :
If you put yourself in someone’s shoes, you imagine what it is like to be in their position.
Put The Cart Before The Horse :
To be the reverse thing
When you put the cart before the horse, you are doing something the wrong way round.
Pyrrhic Victory :
A pyrrhic victory is one that causes the victor to suffer so much to achieve it that it is not worth winning.
Put Yourself in His Shoes
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