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play footsie with (someone)
to touch the feet of someone under the table while flirting
The couple in the restaurant were playing footsie during dinner.
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  • play off
  • play off (one group against another)
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  • keep (someone) in stitches
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  • advise (someone) against (something)
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  • give up
  • let (someone) in on (something)

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