On a Good Footing




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On a Good Footing : Phrases



Meaning:

To be on good terms with someone.


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Origin:

During the days of trade apprentice-ships, when a newcomer - on the first time he put his foot over the threshold of his workplace - was expected to pay for drinks for all. If he was generous then he had had a good footing.





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