[fʊt] (plural feet [fiːt] ) noun I
1) [C] the part of your body at the end of your leg, on which you stand
He wiped his feet on the mat.[/ex]
She injured her right foot playing basketball.[/ex]
shoot I,
stand I
2) (plural feet foot)
[C] a unit used for measuring length that is equal to 12 INCHES or about 30 CENTIMETRES
We had over two feet of snow last night.[/ex]
He's over six foot tall.[/ex]
3) [singular]the foot of sth the bottom or far end of something
She paused at the foot of the stairs.[/ex]
Look at the notes at the foot of the page.[/ex]
back on your feet — well or successful again after being ill or having problems[/ex]
Jim's hoping he'll be back on his feet by next week.[/ex]
get/leap/rise etc to your feet — to stand up in a particular way[/ex]
Steve jumped to his feet.[/ex]
have/keep your feet on the ground — to have a sensible practical attitude to life[/ex]
land on your feet — to be lucky and get into a good situation after being in a difficult one[/ex]
Tim always manages to land on his feet.[/ex]
on your feet — standing[/ex]
I'm exhausted - I've been on my feet all afternoon![/ex]
on foot — walking[/ex]
We set off on foot.[/ex]
put your feet up — to sit down and relax with your feet raised off the ground[/ex]
put your foot down — to refuse very firmly to do or accept something[/ex]
Things can't carry on like this; you'll have to put your foot down.[/ex]
put your foot in itBritish to accidentally say something that is embarrassing or that upsets or annoys someone[/ex]
set foot — to go to a place[/ex]
It was the first time I had set foot on French soil.[/ex]
under sb's feet — if someone is under your feet, they are annoying you by stopping you from doing what you need to do[/ex]
II verb foot [fʊt] foot the bill (for sth)informal to pay for something[/ex] Are we expected to foot the bill for this?[/ex]

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  • Foot — (f[oo^]t), n.; pl. {Feet} (f[=e]t). [OE. fot, foot, pl. fet, feet. AS. f[=o]t, pl. f[=e]t; akin to D. voet, OHG. fuoz, G. fuss, Icel. f[=o]tr, Sw. fot, Dan. fod, Goth. f[=o]tus, L. pes, Gr. poy s, Skr. p[=a]d, Icel. fet step, pace measure of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • foot — [foot] n. pl. feet [ME fot < OE, akin to Ger fuss < IE * pōd , var. of base * pēd , foot, to go > Sans pad , Gr pous, L pes] 1. the end part of the leg, on which a person or animal stands or moves 2. a thing like a foot in some way;… …   English World dictionary

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  • foot — The normal plural form feet alternates with foot when used as a unit of measurement: She is six feet / foot tall / a plank ten feet / foot long. When such a phrase is used attributively (before a noun), a hyphen is normally placed between the… …   Modern English usage

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