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Do you use the idiom "set foot in" in daily speech?
Is it correctly used in the news articles?
Showdown Set in Polanski Case; He Won't Be There - ABC News
The director has said through his lawyer that he doesn't plan to be at the hearing; in fact, he says he has no plans to ever set foot in the United States again.
On to N.H. for Victorious Obama, Huckabee - ABC News
With but one caucus down, Huckabee's biggest competition could be from two candidates who hardly ever set foot in Iowa — McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani who garnered just 4 percent of the vote.
BBC News | ASIA-PACIFIC | Picture gallery: Two Koreas make history
Kim Dae-jung fulfills his dream of becoming the first South Korean leader to set foot in the North
set foot in / on sth to enter or visit a place: the first man to set foot on the moon I vowed never to set foot in the place again.
set foot in something
to go to or enter a place:
- She swore she would never set foot in his house again.
set foot in : to enter (a place)
- That was the last time she ever set foot in this house.