Hotfoot It

What is meant by this phrase Hotfoot It Home?

By Cliff, Morocco - 27th Sep. -2007

When you hotfoot it to some place, you get there quickly. You do not delay.

In other words, when you hotfoot it, you run. You run or walk quickly.

Here are few examples.

When the car broke down, the CEO and his wife were forced to hot foot it to the airport.

• I got up late yesterday. So I had to hotfoot it to school.

• The expression hotfoot it is mostly used in format contexts.

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