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

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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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