In someone’s shoes

Meaning: in another person’s position, used when you ​want to ​tell someone what you would do in ​their ​situation

Example: If I were in ​your ​shoes, I ​think I'd write to her ​rather than ​try to ​explain over the ​phone. I’d hate to be in his shoes now. He lost his job, and his wife is in the hospital.

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