English Idioms: The boot is on the other foot

English Idioms About “Clothes”
Idiom: The boot is on the other foot
Meaning: (Also the shoe is on the other foot) said about a change of positions when someone whon was in a weaker situation is now in strong position.
Example: Don’t expect him to make any more changes in the manageement of the company, especially after his appointment as the new manager of the project. The boot is on the other foot.

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