follow in someone's footsteps


follow in someone's footsteps
seguir los pasos de alguien

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  • follow in someone's footsteps — follow in someone’s footsteps phrase to do the same work or achieve the same success as someone else before you She followed in her mother’s footsteps and became a doctor. Thesaurus: to copy someone or somethingsynonym Main entry: footstep * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps — follow in (someone s) footsteps to do the same job or the same things in your life as someone else, especially a member of your family. He followed in his father s footsteps and went into the army …   New idioms dictionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps —    If you follow in someone s footsteps, for example a parent, you lead a similar life or do the same job.     Lily followed in her her mother s footsteps and became a teacher …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • follow in someone's footsteps — idi follow in someone s footsteps, to succeed another person …   From formal English to slang

  • follow in someone's footsteps — follow in (someone s/something s) footsteps to do something that was done before. My mother told us never to follow in her footsteps, that we should always try to do better. The company is following in the footsteps of other great research… …   New idioms dictionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps — ► follow (or tread) in someone s footsteps do as another person did before. Main Entry: ↑footstep …   English terms dictionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps — to do the same work or achieve the same success as someone else before you She followed in her mother s footsteps and became a doctor …   English dictionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps — verb To follow the same path as someone …   Wiktionary

  • follow in someone's footsteps — do as a predecessor did, emulate someone …   English contemporary dictionary

  • follow in one's footsteps — • follow in one s footsteps/tracks follow someone s example, follow someone exactly He is following in his father s footsteps and has decided to work for a bank …   Idioms and examples

  • follow in something's footsteps — follow in (someone s/something s) footsteps to do something that was done before. My mother told us never to follow in her footsteps, that we should always try to do better. The company is following in the footsteps of other great research… …   New idioms dictionary