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foot

US [fʊt]
UK [fʊt]
  • n.足;底部;有…脚(或足的);有…只脚(的)
  • v.步行;付(款);在…上走;跳(舞)
  • Web英尺;音步
Plural Form:feet  Simple Present:foots  Present Participle:footing  Past Tense:footed  
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n.
身体部位part of body
1.
[c]
(人或动物的)脚,足the lowest part of the leg, below the ankle, on which a person or an animal stands
My feet are aching.
我的脚疼。
to get/rise to your feet(= stand up)
起立
I've been on my feet(= standing or walking around) all day.
我一整天没歇脚。
We came on foot(= we walked) .
我们是走来的。
walking around the house in bare feet(= not wearing shoes or socks)
赤脚在房子里走来走去
Please wipe your feet(= your shoes) on the mat.
请在垫子上蹭一蹭脚。
a foot pump(= operated using your foot, not your hand)
脚踏泵
a foot passenger(= one who travels on a ferry without a car)
步行旅客(无车上渡船者)
…脚-footed
2.
有…脚(或足的);有…只脚(的);用…脚(或足的)having or using the type or number of foot/feet mentioned
bare-footed
赤脚
four-footed
四足的
a left-footed shot into the corner
踢入球门一角的左脚一记射门
袜子部分part of sock
3.
[c][ususing]
(袜子的)足部the part of a sock, stocking , etc. that covers the foot
基础;底部base/bottom
4.
[sing]
the ~ of sth
最下部;基础;底部the lowest part of sth; the base or bottom of sth
the foot of the stairs/page/mountain
楼梯底部;页末;山脚
The nurse hung a chart at the foot of the bed(= the part of the bed where your feet normally are when you are lying in it) .
护士在床尾挂了一张表。
计量measurement
5.
英尺(= 12 英寸或 30.48 厘米)a unit for measuring length equal to 12 inches or 30.48 centimetres
a 6-foot high wall
6 英尺高的墙
We're flying at 35 000 feet.
我们在 35 000 英尺高空飞行。
‘How tall are you?’ ‘Five foot nine’(= five feet and nine inches) .
“你多高?”“五英尺九英寸。”
…英尺高(或长)者-footer
6.
…英尺高的人(或东西);…英尺长的东西a person or thing that is a particular number of feet tall or long
His boat is an eighteen-footer.
他的小船长十八英尺。
诗歌in poetry
7.
[sing]
音步(诗行中的节奏单位,每个音步中有一个重读音节)a unit of rhythm in a line of poetry containing one stressed syllable and one or more syllables without stress. Each of the four divisions in the following line is a foot .
For 'men / may 'come / and 'men / may 'go.
(此诗行四个部分有四个音步)
IDM
be rushed/run off your feet
忙得不可开交;要做太多的事to be extremely busy; to have too many things to do
fall/land on your feet
特别走运;安然脱离困境;幸免于难to be lucky in finding yourself in a good situation, or in getting out of a difficult situation
He landed feet first.
他落地时双脚先着地。
You'll have to carry me out feet first!
想把我撵走,除非让我横着出去!
feet first
脚先着地with your feet touching the ground before any other part of your body
He landed feet first.
他落地时双脚先着地。
伸腿离开某地(指死去)if you leave a placefeet first , you are carried out after you are dead
You'll have to carry me out feet first!
想把我撵走,除非让我横着出去!
I always wanted to work in TV but it took me two years to get a foot in the door.
我一直想做电视工作,但花了两年才进了这个圈子。
get/have a/your foot in the door
设法加入,涉足(某组织、行业等)to manage to enter an organization, a field of business, etc. that could bring you success
I always wanted to work in TV but it took me two years to get a foot in the door.
我一直想做电视工作,但花了两年才进了这个圈子。
I seem to have got off on the wrong foot with the new boss.
看来我和新老板的关系一开头就不好。
get/start off on the right/wrong foot (with sb)
(informal)
开始时关系良好╱不好to start a relationship well/badly
I seem to have got off on the wrong foot with the new boss.
看来我和新老板的关系一开头就不好。
At that time he was a young actor, just getting his feet wet.
那时他还是个年轻演员,才初出茅庐。
get your feet wet
(informal)
初次涉足;开始做(新鲜的事情)to start doing sth that is new for you
At that time he was a young actor, just getting his feet wet.
那时他还是个年轻演员,才初出茅庐。
have feet of clay
品格上有缺陷(或弱点)to have a fault or weakness in your character
have/keep your feet on the ground
实事求是;脚踏实地to have a sensible and realistic attitude to life
have/keep a foot in both camps
脚踩两只船to be involved in or connected with two different or opposing groups
have one foot in the grave
(informal)
行将就木;命不久矣;大去之期不远to be so old or ill/sick that you are not likely to live much longer
‘Ian can't come because he's tired.’ ‘Tired my foot! Lazy more like!’
“伊恩不能来,因为他累了。”“累个屁!说懒还差不多!”
…my foot!
(informal)
(完全不同意对方所说)胡说八道a strong way of saying that you disagree completely with what has just been said
‘Ian can't come because he's tired.’ ‘Tired my foot! Lazy more like!’
“伊恩不能来,因为他累了。”“累个屁!说懒还差不多!”
Sue's back on her feet again after her operation.
休手术后又恢复健康了。
The new chairman hopes to get the company back on its feet within six months.
新董事长希望在六个月以内使公司恢复元气。
on your feet
(困境后)恢复,完全复原;(病后)痊愈completely well or in a normal state again after an illness or a time of trouble
Sue's back on her feet again after her operation.
休手术后又恢复健康了。
The new chairman hopes to get the company back on its feet within six months.
新董事长希望在六个月以内使公司恢复元气。
put your best foot forward
竭尽全力;全力以赴to make a great effort to do sth, especially if it is difficult or you are feeling tired
After a hard day's work, it's nice to get home and put your feet up.
辛劳一天后回家架起双腿休息是很惬意的。
put your feet up
(尤指架起双腿)坐下休息to sit down and relax, especially with your feet raised and supported
After a hard day's work, it's nice to get home and put your feet up.
辛劳一天后回家架起双腿休息是很惬意的。
You've got to put your foot down and make him stop seeing her.
你得坚决制止他再见她。
She put her foot down and roared past them.
她猛踩油门,从他们旁边呼啸而过。
put your foot down
坚决制止;执意反对to be very strict in opposing what sb wishes to do
You've got to put your foot down and make him stop seeing her.
你得坚决制止他再见她。
踩油门;加速行驶to drive faster
She put her foot down and roared past them.
她猛踩油门,从他们旁边呼啸而过。
I really put my foot in it with Ella─I didn't know she'd split up with Tom.
我真的冒犯了埃拉,我不知道她和汤姆分手了。
put your foot in it
(在语言或行为上)使人不安,冒犯别人,使人尴尬to say or do sth that upsets, offends or embarrasses sb
I really put my foot in it with Ella─I didn't know she'd split up with Tom.
我真的冒犯了埃拉,我不知道她和汤姆分手了。
In the last two games he has hardly put a foot wrong.
他在上两局比赛中几乎一点错都没有出。
put a foot wrong
犯错误;做错事to make a mistake
In the last two games he has hardly put a foot wrong.
他在上两局比赛中几乎一点错都没有出。
the first man to set foot on the moon
第一个登上月球的人
I vowed never to set foot in the place again.
我发誓再不去那个地方了。
set foot in/on sth
进入,访问,参观(某地)to enter or visit a place
the first man to set foot on the moon
第一个登上月球的人
I vowed never to set foot in the place again.
我发誓再不去那个地方了。
His business sense helped set the club on its feet again.
他的经营意识使俱乐部又重振雄风。
set sb/sth on their/its feet
使独立;使成功to make sb/sth independent or successful
His business sense helped set the club on its feet again.
他的经营意识使俱乐部又重振雄风。
When his parents died he had to learn to stand on his own two feet.
他的父母去世后他不得不学会自立。
stand on your own (two) feet
自立;独立to be independent and able to take care of yourself
When his parents died he had to learn to stand on his own two feet.
他的父母去世后他不得不学会自立。
I don't want you kids under my feet while I'm cooking.
我做饭时不希望你们这些孩子在我这儿碍手碍脚的。
under your feet
阻碍,妨碍(工作等);碍手碍脚in the way; stopping you from working, etc.
I don't want you kids under my feet while I'm cooking.
我做饭时不希望你们这些孩子在我这儿碍手碍脚的。
v.
IDM
Once again it will be the taxpayer who has to foot the bill.
这一次掏腰包的又得是纳税人。
foot the bill
(informal)
负担费用to be responsible for paying the cost of sth
Once again it will be the taxpayer who has to foot the bill.
这一次掏腰包的又得是纳税人。

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