put one's foot down

put one's foot down  {v. phr.},  {informal}
To take a decided stand; be stubborn in decision.
John didn't want to practice his piano lesson, but his teacher put his foot down.
When it came to smoking pot at parties, our parents put their foot down.
Categories: foot informal verb

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