Today’s lesson of colloquial expression
647 to not have a leg to stand on 正当な根拠がない、論拠がない
- this means that someone isn’t able to prove a claim
1. He says that our tires are to blame for his accident, but I don’t think he has a leg to stand on.
2. The woman’s lawsuit didn’t have a leg to stand on, and was quickly thrown out of court.