Word: foot

Category: foot

Shopping, Health, Sports

Related words: foot

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Synonyms: foot

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: foot

spanish
pie, pata


german
fußvolk, infanterie, fuß, fußliek, basis

french
pied, infanterie, patte, dessous, jambe, ...

italian
zampa, piede, base

portuguese
vão, pé, infantaria

dutch
infanterie, voetvolk, voet, poot

russian
подошва, нога, сошник, лапа, след, ...

norwegian
fot

swedish
fot

finnish
tyvi, terä, jalkaterä, alaosa, jalka

danish
fod, pote

czech
patka, podstavec, základ, chodidlo, základna, ...

polish
dół, spód, noga, stopa

hungarian
gyalogság, lábfej, versláb

turkish
ayak

greek
πόδι

ukrainian
фут, слід, ступня, підніжжя, нога, ...

albanian
këmbë

bulgarian
пехота, нога

belarusian
нага

estonian
jalam, maksma

croatian
stopa, noga, podnožju, stopalo, pješačiti

icelandic
fótur

latin
pes

lithuanian
pėda, koja, letena

latvian
pēda, kājnieki

macedonian
ногата, пешадија

romanian
picior, infanterie

slovenian
noga, úpatí, stopalo

slovak
noha, chodidlo

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The meaning and "use of": foot

noun
  • the lower extremity of the leg below the ankle, on which a person stands or walks.
  • the lower or lowest part of something standing or perceived as standing vertically; the base or bottom.
  • a unit of linear measure equal to 12 inches (30.48 cm).
  • a group of syllables constituting a metrical unit. In English poetry it consists of stressed and unstressed syllables, while in ancient classical poetry it consists of long and short syllables.

verb
  • pay (the bill) for something, especially when the bill is considered large or unreasonable.
  • cover a distance, especially a long one, on foot.

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