He was a really good employee. He was good on his feet.


Senior Member
Spanish, Spain

Does anybody know how to translate into Spanish "HE WAS GOOD ON HIS FEET" in this sentence, please? I never heard of such an expression.

Thank you so much in advance,

Silvia :)
  • Christian

    Senior Member
    USA English
    In English, it means he is able to give a good answer to a customer without asking the boss or making them wait. In other words, he thinks fast.

    "He knew how to think on his feet" is another way to say it.
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