Definition of take a (or the) load off one's feet in English:

take a (or the) load off one's feet

phrase

  • Sit or lie down.

    ‘Doing so will take a load off your feet, and prevent your brain from becoming clogged, cluttered or crashing like your hapless personal computer.’
    ‘Jo pointed towards the screen door, ‘Come into the sun room. You can sit in my comfortable rockers and take a load off your feet.’’
    take a seat, seat oneself, settle down, be seated, take a chair