feet

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For the noun: foot
Plural form: feet

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Principal Translations
feet npl (anatomy: plural of foot)pies nmpl
feet npl (measurement: plural of foot) medidapies nmpl
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Principal Translations
foot n (anatomy)pie nm
 He kicks best with his right foot.
 Patea mejor con el pie derecho.
foot n US (measure: 0.3048 m)pie nm
 The box was a little more than one foot wide.
 La caja tenía poco más de un pie de ancho.
foot n (base)pie nm
 The foot of this cabinet needs repairing.
 Hay que arreglar el pie del armario.
foot n (bottom)pie nm
 She looked up from the foot of the stairs.
 Desde el pie de la escalera, miró hacia arriba.
 
Additional Translations
foot n (tread, step)paso nm
 With each foot he took he was drawing nearer the edge.
 A cada paso que daba estaba más cerca del borde.
foot n (infantry) militarinfantería nf
 He led a regiment of foot in the Civil War.
 Dirigió un regimiento de infantería durante la Guerra Civil.
foot n (furniture)pata nf
 The table's front legs both ended in a scrolled foot.
 Las patas delanteras de la mesa terminaban en una voluta.
foot n (sthg: opposite head)pies nmpl
 The blankets always ended up at the foot of the bed.
 Las mantas siempre acaban a los pies de la cama.
foot vi (walk)andar vi
 caminar vi
 The car has broken down, so we'll have to foot.
 El coche se averió, tendremos que ir andando.
 El coche se averió, tendremos que caminar.
foot vtr (walk on)pisar vi
 On opening night, several actors will foot the stage for the first time.
 La noche del estreno, algunos actores pisarán el escenario por primera vez.
foot vtr informal (pay a bill)pagar vtr
 The father of the bride will foot the bill for the wedding.
 El padre de la novia pagará la factura de la boda.
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Principal Translations
ft n abbr (measurement: foot, feet) singularpie nm
 pluralpies nmpl
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Compound Forms:
feet | foot | ft |
at your feet adv figurative, archaic (serving or worshipping you) fig, antica sus pies loc adv
 Michael had all of the audience at his feet when he sang his latest hit song.
 Cuando vieron sus últimas pinturas, los críticos cayeron rendidos a sus pies.
at your feet adv literal (placed before your feet)debajo de tu pie loc adv
 The pencil was lying at his feet, just where he had dropped it.
 Ahí está el lápiz, debajo de tu pie.
bare feet npl (feet without shoes)descalzo adj
 It's good to walk along the beach with bare feet and feel the sand between your toes.
 In some cultures, walking around in your bare feet in public is considered rude.
 No deberías andar descalza en invierno, te vas a acatarrar.
 pies descalzos nmpl
 Es bueno pasear con los pies descalzos sobre la arena de la playa.
cold feet npl figurative (anxiety leading to abandoning [sth])reticente adj inv m/f
 He was starting to get cold feet about the wedding.
 Argentina famabatatarse v pron
 Había estudiado pero le fue mal porque se abatató frente a la mesa examinadora.
cold feet npl literal (cold sensation in the feet)pies fríos loc nom mpl
crow's feet npl (wrinkles at outer corner of eye)patas de gallo nfpl
 She thought that crow's feet on her eyes were the first sign that she was getting old.
 Estoy buscando una crema eficaz contra las patas de gallo ¡La pagaría oro!
crow’s feet npl arrugapata de gallo nf
crow’s feet npl arrugaspatas de gallo nfpl
drag one's feet caminar arrastrando los pies v
drag one's feet dar largas a un tema v
drag your feet vi (dawdle)arrastrar los pies vtr
 If you do not stop dragging your feet, we will never get there on time.
drag your feet vi figurative (be slow to act)tener pachorra loc verb
 España vulgser un huevón loc verb
 Me pone nerviosa lo huevón que es.
hands and feet las manos y los pies npl
happy feet npl (urge to dance)ganas de bailar nfpl
 I love this song! Everytime I hear it, I get happy feet.
 Cuando escucho esta música tan movida me dan ganas de bailar.
happy feet npl (comfortable feet)pies cómodos nmpl
 Cuando estoy en casa me gusta tener los pies cómodos, ando siempre en pantuflas.
hear the patter of tiny feet, hear the pitter-patter of tiny feet n figurative (have a baby)inminente nacimiento loc nom m
 figurado, nacimientooir los pasitos de un bebé loc nom
on your feet adv (position: standing)de pie, en pie adv
 Waitresses are on their feet all day.
 Los camareros están todo el día de pie.
 parado adj
 Si estoy parado mucho tiempo me empiezan a doler las piernas.
 Argentinaparado adj
 El tipo estaba parado en una esquina, esperando vaya uno a saber qué.
put one's feet up v informal (relax) famtirarse a la bartola
 After work, Maurice loved to just put his feet up and watch TV in his easy chair.
 Después de tantos exámenes, tenía ganas de poder tirarme a la bartola.
 fig, famsacarse los zapatos expr
 Fue uno de esos días de mucho trajín que uno no ve la hora de llegar a casa y sacarse los zapatos.
six feet tall adj (imperial measure: 1.8 metres in height)de seis pies de altura loc adj
 Si es un hombre de seis pies de altura mide un poco más de 1,80 m. Un pie equivale a 30,5 cm.
six feet under adj (dead and buried)bajo tierra loc adj
 No van a encontrar a los secuestrados, deben llevar años bajo tierra.
 fig, famcriando malvas loc adj
 Su abuela lleva más de veinte años criando malvas.
six feet under adv (in one's grave)tres metros bajo tierra loc adv
square feet npl (imperial measure: feet squared)pies cuadrados nmpl
 La tabla tenía unos 30 pies cuadrados, por lo que tendríamos que cortarla por la mitad.
stamp one's feet zapatear v
stamp your feet v figurative (protest about [sth]) figpatalear vi
 The employee stamped his feet and demanded a higher salary.
 La oposición pataleó ante tal abuso de poder pero el gobierno impuso su mayoría en las Cámaras y la ley que ratificaba el decreto del Ejecutivo se aprobó.
vote with your feet v expr figurative (show preference by avoiding [sth]) equivocarse al elegirpensar con los pies, actuar con los pies loc verb
 vulgarpensar con el culo, actuar con el culo loc verb
 The customers voted with their feet by choosing not to shop elsewhere.
 Los clientes pensaron con los pies al elegir no irse a comprar a otro sitio.
web feet, webbed feet npl (bird, frog: toes joined by skin flaps)patas palmeadas nfpl
webbed feet, web feet npl (bird, frog: toes joined by skin flaps) unidas por membrana interdigitalpatas palmeadas nfpl
webbed feet, web feet npl (person: conjoined toes)pies palmeados nmpl
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