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heel

US [hil]
UK [hiːl]
  • n.足跟;脚后跟;(袜子等的)后跟;(鞋、靴子等的)后跟
  • v.给(鞋等)修理后跟;倾侧;倾斜
  • Web脚跟;踵;鞋跟
Plural Form:heels  Present Participle:heeling  Past Tense:heeled  
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脚的部位part of foot
1.
[c]
足跟;脚后跟the back part of the foot below the ankle
袜子╱鞋的部分part of sock/shoe
2.
[c]
(袜子等的)后跟the part of a sock, etc. that covers the heel
3.
[c]
(鞋、靴子等的)后跟the raised part on the bottom of a shoe, boot, etc. that makes the shoe, etc. higher at the back
shoes with a low/high heel
低跟鞋;高跟鞋
a stiletto heel
细高跟
The sergeant clicked his heels and walked out.
中士将鞋跟咔哒一并,走了出去。
后跟…的-heeled
4.
有…后跟的having the type of heel mentioned
high-heeled shoes
高跟鞋
shoes
5.
[pl]
女高跟鞋a pair of women's shoes that have high heels
She doesn't often wear heels.
她不常穿高跟鞋。
手的部位part of hand
6.
[c]
~ of your hand/palm
手掌根(手掌靠近腕部的隆起部分)the raised part of the inside of the hand where it joins the wrist
可恶的人unpleasant man
7.
[c]
(informal)
卑鄙的家伙;浑蛋a man who is unpleasant to other people and cannot be trusted
IDM
He fled from the stadium with the police at his heels.
他逃离了运动场,警察在后面紧追不舍。
at/on sbs heels
紧跟某人following closely behind sb
He fled from the stadium with the police at his heels.
他逃离了运动场,警察在后面紧追不舍。
bring sb/sth to heel
使某人就范;迫使某人服从(纪律)to force sb to obey you and accept discipline
让狗靠近;唤狗来到身边to make a dog come close to you
come to heel
愿意听从(某人);顺从to agree to obey sb and accept their orders
走近唤狗人to come close to the person who has called it
News of rising unemployment followed hard on the heels of falling export figures.
出口数字下降之后紧接着就是失业率上升的消息。
(hard/hot) on sbs/sths heels
紧跟;紧接在后very close behind sb/sth; very soon after sth
News of rising unemployment followed hard on the heels of falling export figures.
出口数字下降之后紧接着就是失业率上升的消息。
take to your heels
逃走;溜掉to run away from sb/sth
turn/spin on your heel
急向后转;突然转身to turn around suddenly so that you are facing in the opposite direction
under the heel of sb
完全受某人控制completely controlled by sb
v.
修鞋repair shoe
1.
[t]
~ sth
给(鞋等)修理后跟to repair the heel of a shoe, etc.
of boat
2.
[i]
~ (over)
倾侧;倾斜to lean over to one side
The boat heeled over in the strong wind.
船在狂风中倾侧了。

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