Idiom: drag one's feet
— I've asked my boss to give me a raise but he keeps dragging his feet.
— Why do you always drag your feet with the monthly report?
— Our clients are dragging their feet and still haven't signed the contract.
— If you keep dragging your feet, we won't be able to get good seats at the concert.
— I'm not sure why my teacher keeps dragging her feet about writing me a recommendation for college but I'm going to have to confront her today because the deadline is coming up.
— If our landlord continues to drag his feet about repainting our apartment, we're going to move somewhere else.
— I need those figures by this afternoon, so tell your boss to stop dragging his feet.
— We regret we had to do this, but every month you drag your feet with your payment and we finally imposed a late fee.
— Let's not drag our feet on making this important decision. The probably will only get worse if we don't do something.
— I dragged my feet about proposing marriage and my girlfriend almost left me.
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