Значение идиомы let grass grow under one’s feet

[let grass grow under one’s feet] {v. phr.} To be idle; be lazy;waste time. – Used in negative, conditional, and interrogativesentences.

The new boy joined the football team, made the honorroll, and found a girlfriend during the first month of school. Hecertainly did not let any grass grow under his feet.

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