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Definition of 'toe'

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You go on the toe of one foot and then turn your knee inwards so your leg looks weird. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's in your face and head to toe. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So, ditch those dowdy greys and dip a toe in the new blues. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's been two years now of dipping my toe into the pronoun pond. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am touching my toes for the first time in ages. Times, Sunday Times (2016)After a minute of muffled screams she emerged washed and dried from head to toe, a hygienic shade of blue. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm definitely finding it easier to touch my toes. The Sun (2016)Not one surgical scar between head and toe is to be permitted. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With the correct lie the toe end of the club should be just off the ground. Lewis, Beverly Winning Golf for Women (1993)He has come a long way since first dipping a toe in the pool. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Why do you want to touch your toes? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The tiny pink sole came complete with five little toes. The Sun (2009)They also pulled out teeth with pliers and cut off fingers and toes. The Sun (2013)The lack of back means you need to grip the shoe with your toes. The Sun (2010)Other times we need to stick our toes in. Bethune, Helen Positive Parent Power (1991)Dressed head to toe in yellow she looked the spitting image of the cute character. The Sun (2016)Kept on his toes near the end. The Sun (2012)Then swing left leg forward and touch toe with left hand. The Sun (2009)It can also make your fingers and toes turn blue. The Sun (2014)I'VE got cracking and itching between my toes on one foot. The Sun (2011)Next must be a trim of those toe nails and a good all-round pedicure. The Sun (2009)The Finnish toe wave became part of family folklore and we vowed to go back for more. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You wouldn't want to dip your toe in any rock pool this crab was in. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was clearly a man's toe nail. The Sun (2012)Instead of five toes on each foot, he had two. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'toe'

British English: toe /təʊ/ NOUN
Your toes are the five movable parts at the end of each foot.
She wiggled her toes in the sand.
  • American English: toe
  • Arabic: إصْبَعُ القَدَم
  • Brazilian Portuguese: dedo do pé
  • Chinese: 脚指头
  • Croatian: nožni prst
  • Czech: prst u nohy
  • Danish:
  • Dutch: teen
  • European Spanish: dedo del pie
  • Finnish: varvas
  • French: doigt de pied
  • German: Zeh
  • Greek: δάχτυλο ποδιού
  • Italian: dito del piede
  • Japanese: 足の指
  • Korean: 발가락
  • Norwegian:
  • Polish: palec u nogi
  • European Portuguese: dedo do pé
  • Romanian: deget de la picior
  • Russian: палец ноги
  • Spanish: dedo del pie
  • Swedish:
  • Thai: นิ้วเท้า
  • Turkish: ayak parmağı
  • Ukrainian: палець ноги
  • Vietnamese: ngón chân

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