To be in another’s shoes means to put yourself in their position; status.
To think, feel, imagine yourself in another person’s situation.
1. If you were in my shoes, you’d know how I feel about racism.
2. I would never want you to be in my shoes.
3. I would love to live a day, like a celebrity, in her shoes.
4. If I were in his shoes, I would be grateful that I even have a job.
ally, associate, empathize, feel for, put in same category, put oneself in another’s shoes, relate to, respond to, see through someone’s eyes, sympathize, think of in connection, understand
You can say that again is said when something is true; correct. Something that you say to show you completely agree with something that someone has just said. To express emphatic agreement. 1. A: What a beautiful day with all the flowers in bloom B: You can say that...read more