• Putting your best foot forward means to act or appear at one’s best; to try to make a good impression.

  • To present yourself in the best possible way.

  • To do something as well as you can.

1. You should always put your best foot forward for an interview.

 

2. I try to put my best foot forward whenever I met someone for the first time.

 

3. I’m so excited for this blind date! I’m going to try to put my best foot forward.

 

4. You should put your best foot forward for personal and professional gain.

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