French translation of feet
- of foot
Example Sentences Including 'feet'
He wore a pendant with the five-pointed star and lightning bolt of Xaphista, and leapt to his feet when Damin entered the tent.TREASON KEEP (2001)
The King leapt to his feet with a relieved smile at the sight of him.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She turned to find Tamylan by the fire, warming her hands and swaying on her feet.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Trends of 'feet'
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- (= foot) (= feet) see foot
Example Sentences Including 'ft'
The buoy was anchored over a sand and pebble bottom 273 metres / 895 ft ) down.Doubtful Motives
⇒ My feet are aching.
J'ai mal aux pieds.
⇒ She stamped her foot.
Elle tapa du pied.on foot
à piedto set foot somewhere (= go)
mettre les pieds quelque partto be on one's feet (= standing)
être deboutto rise to one's feet or to get to one's feet (= stand up)
se leverto get back on one's feet (= recover) (after illness, bad experience)
se remettre sur piedto put one's feet up (= relax)
se détendreto get cold feet about sth (= start feeling unsure)
être moins chaud pour qch (inf)to find one's feet (figurative)
s'acclimaterto put one's foot down (= accelerate)
appuyer sur le champignon(= say no)
ne pas vouloir en entendre parler
⇒ He was going to go skiing, but his wife put her foot down.
Il allait partir au ski, mais sa femme n'a pas voulu en entendre parler.to have one's feet on the ground (= have a sensible attitude)
avoir les pieds sur terreto keep one's feet on the ground (= have a sensible attitude)
garder les pieds sur terreto stand on one's own two feet (= be independent)
se débrouiller seulto land on one's feet or to fall on one's feet
retomber sur ses piedsto put one's foot in it (informal)
mettre les pieds dans le platto put one's best foot forward (old-fashioned)
faire de son mieuxthe boot is on the other foot (British)
les rôles sont inversésto have one foot in the grave (informal)
avoir un pied dans la tombeto be under sb's feet (= in the way)
être dans les jambes de qnto get off on the wrong foot (= start badly)
mal commencerhe never puts a foot wrong (= never makes a mistake)
il ne commet jamais la moindre erreur
- (= bottom)
- [of bed]
- [of stairs]
- [of hill]
- [of page]
- [of bed]
- (= measure)
pied m (= 30.48 cm; 12 pouces)
⇒ Dave is 6 foot tall.
Dave mesure un mètre quatre-vingt.
⇒ That mountain is 5000 feet high.
Cette montagne fait mille six cents mètres de haut.
- [of animal]
⇒ The dog's foot was injured.
Le chien était blessé à la patte.
Example Sentences Including 'foot'
She clapped her heel with her shoe, the foot nodding in the corner of his eye, the beat in his ear.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Hell isn't my...' He trailed off, put his foot down on the accelerator.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
There was some threat in the way she moved, the careful placement of each foot.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
'feet' in Other Languages
- Arabic: أَقْدام
- Brazilian Portuguese: pés
- Chinese: 脚
- Croatian: stopala
- Czech: chodidla
- Danish: fødder
- Dutch: voeten
- European Spanish: pies
- Finnish: jalat
- French: pieds
- German: Füße
- Greek: πόδια
- Italian: piedi
- Japanese: 足
- Korean: 발
- Norwegian: føtter
- Polish: stopy
- Portuguese: pés
- Romanian: picioare
- Russian: стопы
- Spanish: pies
- Swedish: fötter
- Thai: เท้า
- Turkish: ayaklar
- Ukrainian: ступня
- Vietnamese: chân
Translation of feet from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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