English Idiom – Two left feet.
Meaning – To be clumsy or awkward with your feet. This idiom often refers to poor dancing and is aimed at people who are awkward dancers.
There are some similar idioms like all thumbs and all fingers and thumbs which refer to someone who is clumsy or not very good at doing something. If you are clumsy when trying to type you could say that you have fat fingers (slang)!
- “Look at Scott dance! He’s very confident but sadly he has two left feet!”
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