Fill somebody's shoes 7


1.

satisfactorily replace someone in a job, function etc; to be able to accomplish the same thing that someone else does.

 
  1. TAKING.SIDES.WITH.JESUS. - JEFF.IN COD 62-0601 767-112 061
   

... I see two or three young men, four or five setting on another row back here, and like that. You're young men; I'm getting old. Brother Neville's getting old. We're middle-aged men. If time rolls on, we're going to walk off the scene after while, you've got to fill our shoes. See?

 

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