Definition of 'foot'
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This would enable more first time buyers to get a foot on the property ladder. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A cat curled at the foot of the bed is a beautiful thing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Side plank TURN onto your side with your legs straight and your feet stacked on top of each other. The Sun (2016)He's a very athletic guy, light on his body and feet as a bowler. The Sun (2016)There is a reason they call them ballet pumps - my feet look like I have spent a week in a tortuous ballet camp. The Sun (2016)Trying to replace them is like trying to replace the foot from a beautiful old grandfather clock. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The stone was hot to his bare feet and he danced painfully upon the top step. BomberShe had one foot in the mobile world of the future. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Put your foot on brake to slow. The Sun (2014)We will keep our feet on the ground. The Sun (2007)We raised the downhill end a few feet to form a retaining terrace. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Try to perform using both feet rather then running on the spot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Fail to get right foot into pedal clip. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You have to stand on your two feet and prove you can manage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It helps that he also appears to have found his feet in government. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They are putting their foot on the gas when they should be easing off. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Quick on his feet with an eye for goal. The Sun (2012)You may clip it into hedges from three to fifteen feet in height or give it any shape you like. The Education of a Gardener (1994)Then she put a foot wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It does mean an almost complete absence of signposts because anyone on foot or on horseback already knows where they are going. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The trees are usually set about ten feet apart and the trunks kept bare of branches to about ten feet above the ground. The Education of a Gardener (1994)Up to 2,000 officers a day could be patrolling on foot under the programme. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It also has to foot restructuring costs of 5million. The Sun (2015)Not so much light on its feet as pumped and furious, all elbows and knees. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'foot'
British English: foot /fʊt/ NOUN
Your feet are the parts of your body that are at the ends of your legs, and that you stand on.
She stamped her foot again.
- American English: foot
- Arabic: قَدَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: pé
- Chinese: 足
- Croatian: stopalo
- Czech: chodidlo
- Danish: fod
- Dutch: voet
- European Spanish: pie
- Finnish: jalka jalkaterä
- French: pied
- German: Fuß
- Greek: πόδι πέλμα
- Italian: piede
- Japanese: 足
- Korean: 발
- Norwegian: fot
- Polish: stopa część ciała
- European Portuguese: pé
- Romanian: picior
- Russian: ступня
- Spanish: pie
- Swedish: fot
- Thai: เท้า
- Turkish: ayak
- Ukrainian: ступня
- Vietnamese: chân
Definition of foot from the Collins English Dictionary
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