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Fill Someone's Shoes ( do as well as that other person did in that responsibility ... )

"Fill Someone's Shoes"

Filling one's shoes means taking a responsibility and doing as well as that person did.

Example: "If you are taking Bill Johnson's job, you have big shoes to fill."

Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something

Filled To The Brim

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