- [C]脚,足 the movable part of the body at the end of the leg, below the ankles, on which a person or animal stands
- [S](袜子的)足部 the part of a sock or stocking that covers the foot
- [U]脚步,步伐 particular manner of walking; step
- [S]底部,底座 the bottom part or lower end
- 英尺 (a measure of length equal to) 12 inches or about 0.305 metres
- vt. 走,踏 walk
- vt. & vi. 结算; 总计,共计 pay the cost of sth
- the part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint;
"his bare feet projected from his trousers"
"armored from head to foot"
- a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard;
"he is six feet tall"
- the lower part of anything;
"curled up on the foot of the bed"
"the foot of the page"
"the foot of the list"
"the foot of the mountain"
- the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings
- lowest support of a structure;
"it was built on a base of solid rock"
"he stood at the foot of the tower"
- any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates
- travel by walking;
"he followed on foot"
"the swiftest of foot"
- a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger
- an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot;
"there came ten thousand horsemen and as many fully-armed foot"
- (prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm
- a support resembling a pedal extremity;
"one foot of the chair was on the carpet"
- pay for something;
"pick up the tab"
"pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages"
"foot the bill"
"let's hoof it to the disco"
- add a column of numbers
- I apologized to her for stepping on her foot.
- I hurt my foot while playing football.
- They sank the post two feet deep in the ground.
- I missed the target by one foot.
- They camped at the foot of the mountain.
- He sat on the foot of the bed.
- We foot it all the night.
- We have missed the last bus,so we'll have to foot it.
- We decided to foot it over to the convenience store.
- I suppose Jim will foot the bill as usual.
- Let me foot the bill,if you don't mind.
- He wildly stamped the chair with his foot.
- I stepped in a puddle and got my foot wet.
- His debts foot up to a huge sum.
- The expenses foot up to 50 dollars.
His foot has gone to sleep.
A man has two feet.
A dog has four feet.
I hurt my left foot.
He slowly eyed me from head to foot.
The two children eyed the stranger from head to foot.
He has a light foot.
One old woman walked with heavy foot up the stairs.
He is six foot two.
The height of the bar is now five foot and two inches.
Twelve inches make a foot.12
As there's no cab,I have to foot it.
The celebration cost hundreds of pounds, and I wonder who's going to foot the bill.
- catch on the wrong foot
〈口〉使人措手不及 catch sb off balance catch sb on the wrong foot
The boss caught me on the wrong foot when he asked where I was yesterday when I should have been at work.老板问我昨天上班时间到哪里去了,这使我措手不及。
- 〈口〉使人措手不及 catch sb off balance catch sb on the wrong foot
- dead on one's feet
After the soldiers march all night, they're dead on their feet. 士兵们在一整夜行军之后累得筋疲力尽。
- 〈俚〉疲惫不堪 exhausted
- drag one's feet
拖延不走,迟迟不行动; 故意拖拉 delay purposely
He had promised to raise their pay, but was now dragging his feet. 他已答应给他们增加工资,可是现在却在故意拖着。
- 拖延不走,迟迟不行动; 故意拖拉 delay purposely
- feel one's feet
开始能站起来(行走) be able to stand up (to move); be able to handle (sth) by oneself
When she felt her feet again after being confined to bed for several weeks, she was extremely happy. 她因病卧床好几个星期,现在又能站起来走动走动,她感到很是高兴。
感到有把握或有信心 be sure about sth
He's beginning to feel his feet now he's been working here over a month. 他在这儿已经干了一个多月,开始有些信心了。
- 开始能站起来(行走) be able to stand up (to move); be able to handle (sth) by oneself
- find one's feet
会走路; 适应新环境 be able to walk; be accustomed to new surrounding
How old was the baby when it began to find its feet? 这个婴儿开始走路时是几岁?
Perhaps you can do something for him, till he finds his feet. 在他还没有自立之前,你也许可以帮他忙。
- 会走路; 适应新环境 be able to walk; be accustomed to new surrounding
- get a/one's foot in〔into〕 the door
〈口〉得到机会接受; 获得机会参加 gain acceptance〔admission〕 to an organization, etc.
They tried to get a foot into the theatre's door. 他们试图进入戏剧界。
It is difficult to get a foot in the door of teaching. 涉足教育界决非易事。
You'll have to ask Andrew if he will help you to become a member of the club; he has already got his foot in the door. 你得问问安德鲁是否愿意帮你加入俱乐部,他本人已经加入。
- 〈口〉得到机会接受; 获得机会参加 gain acceptance〔admission〕 to an organization, etc.
- have〔keep〕 a foot in both camps
脚踏两只船 deal with both parties in a dispute
The gun runner has a foot in both camps; he sells arms to both the Arabs and the Israelis. 那个军火走私者脚踏两只船,同时向阿拉伯人和以色列人出售武器。
- 脚踏两只船 deal with both parties in a dispute
- have one foot in the grave
一只脚踏进了坟墓,风烛残年 be very ill; be very old
The old man has one foot in the grave. 那位老人已是风烛残年。
He's much too old to go skiing; he's got one foot in the grave. 他年纪太大了,不能去滑雪,他已是风烛残年了。
The dog looks as if it had one foot in the grave. 那狗看起来好像离死不远了。
- 一只脚踏进了坟墓,风烛残年 be very ill; be very old
- keep one's feet
站住不倒 remain upright
The boy stumbled on the stairs but was able to keep his feet. 这孩子在楼梯上绊了一下,但没有跌倒。
If we carry out these orders, we shall be able to keep our feet. 我们如果执行这些命令,就能站稳脚跟。
- 站住不倒 remain upright
- keep one's feet clean of
不介入 not to take part in sth
Whenever there arises a controversy, he tries to keep his feet clean of it. 每当人们发生争议时,他总是不想介入。
- 不介入 not to take part in sth
- land〔fall〕 on one's feet
运气不错,化险为夷 have a good luck
After he was fired, he fell on his feet and found a better job. 他被解雇后很走运,找到了一个更好的工作。
- 运气不错,化险为夷 have a good luck
- let grass grow under one's feet
懒惰,不做事 be lazy; do nothing
My brother is very lazy.He just lets grass grow under his feet and never cleans his bedroom. 我哥哥很懒,他从不打扫他的卧室。
- 懒惰,不做事 be lazy; do nothing
- my foot
〈俚〉算了吧,去你的吧 certainly not
You think Yorkshire is the best cricket side?My foot! 你以为约克郡队是最好的板球队吗?算了吧!
- 〈俚〉算了吧,去你的吧 certainly not
- on foot
步行; 进行起来,在筹划中 walking; in the planning
Today they came here on foot. 今天他们走路来的。
Always we went on foot. 我们总是步行。
It takes about thirty minutes on foot. 步行大约要30分钟。
The students will go to the factory on foot. 学生们将步行去工厂。
I hear that plans are on foot to build a new school. 我听说正在计划创办一所新学校。
There is a scheme on foot for building a new power station for this part of the town. 正在实施一项为城市这一地区修建一座发电站的计划。
A plan's on foot to invite the Minister of Health to visit our hospital. 正在筹划一项邀请卫生部长参观我们医院的计划。
- 步行; 进行起来,在筹划中 walking; in the planning
- on one's feet
站着,站起来; 痊愈 standing; being cured
It's nice to sit down after being on my feet all day. 站立一整天之后坐下来真舒服。
Working as a shop girl, standing on your feet all day, is no bed of roses. 当女售货员,整天站着,可不是愉快的事情。
Every man should be able to say something on his feet. 每个人都应该站起来说几句话。
She is on her feet. 她在经济上是独立的。
This medicine will soon have you back on your feet again. 这种药会使你很快康复。
In three days you will be on your feet! 三天后你的病就会好的。
After his wife's death it took him two years to get back on his feet. 他妻子死后两年,他才振作起来。
- 站着,站起来; 痊愈 standing; being cured
- put a foot wrong
做一件错事,说一句错话 make a mistake
He's not put a foot wrong during the whole of the ten years he's worked here. 他在这里工作整整10年中没有犯过错误。
He's very good at dealing with all kinds of people; he never puts a foot wrong. 他很善于和各种各样的人打交道,从来不出什么差错。
- 做一件错事,说一句错话 make a mistake
- put one's best foot forward
〈口〉全力以赴 begin to do sth purposefully
Put your best foot forward, we've only another half-mile to go. 赶快走吧,我们还只剩下半英里路了。
You'll have to put your best foot forward if you want to pass the examination. 如果你想通过考试,你就得全力以赴。
- 〈口〉全力以赴 begin to do sth purposefully
- put one's foot down
John didn't want to practise his piano lesson, but Father put his foot down. 约翰不想练钢琴,但父亲一定要他练。
My husband wanted to buy a puppy, but I would have to look after it so I put my foot down and said no. 我丈夫想买一条小狗,但我得照料它,因此我坚持不同意。
- 坚持 insist
- set foot in〔on〕
进入; 踏上 enter〔go〕 somewhere (for the first time)
The Whites set foot in the new world 10 years ago. 怀特家10年前来到新大陆。
He told me he had set foot in my room yesterday. 他告诉我说他昨天到我房间里去了。
They first set foot on our soil as adventurers. 他们起初是作为冒险家踏上我国国土的。
- 进入; 踏上 enter〔go〕 somewhere (for the first time)
- stamp one's foot
气得直跺脚 display anger
That child stamps her foot when she is in a passion. 那女孩一发脾气就跺脚。
When her husband told her what he had done she stamped her foot and threatened to divorce him. 当她丈夫把他所干的事情告诉她时.她气得直跺脚,并威胁要离婚。
- 气得直跺脚 display anger
- stand on one's own feet
〈非正〉不依赖他人,自立 be independent
He can't yet stand on his own feet. 他尚不能自立。
Young people must learn to stand on their own feet. 年轻人应当学着自食其力。
- 〈非正〉不依赖他人,自立 be independent
- under foot
脚底下; 在(某人)权势下 at the foot of sb/sth; under sb's control
We found it very slippery under foot. 我们感到地上很滑。
She complains that her small children are always under foot when she is doing her housework. 她抱怨她在做家务时老是被孩子们缠住手脚。
- 脚底下; 在(某人)权势下 at the foot of sb/sth; under sb's control
- under sb's foot〔feet〕
妨碍某人前进 prevent sb going forward
He will kick away whoever gets under his foot. 凡是妨碍他前进的人,他就一脚踢开。
完全受某人控制 being totally controlled
Mr. Smith is now under my feet. 史密斯先生现在听我指使了。
Now the class is under the new teacher's feet. 现在这个班已完全在这位新老师控制之下。
- 妨碍某人前进 prevent sb going forward
- foot up (v.+adv.)
结算 pay the cost foot sth ⇔ up
The waiter footed up our bill.服务员结算了我们的账单。
- 结算 pay the cost foot sth ⇔ up
- foot up to (v.+adv.+prep.)
共计,加起来 add together foot up to sth
The expenses foot up to 50 yuan .费用共计五十元。
His debts foot up to a huge sum.他欠的债加起来是一笔巨款。
- 共计,加起来 add together foot up to sth
- break one's foot 弄伤脚
- carry sb off his foot 使某人极度兴奋
- cut the foot to fit the shoe 削足适履
- fall on one's foot 安然脱险,运气好
- find one's foot 开始能走路,能独立行动,适应新环境
- get a foot in 在…中找机会参加
- get cold foot 害怕,胆战心寒,临阵畏缩,畏缩不前
- get to one's foot 站起来
- go on foot 步行去
- have cold foot 害怕,胆战心寒,临阵畏缩,畏缩不前
- have one foot in the grave 已是风烛残年,离死不远
- have two left foot 极其拙笨
- hurt one's foot 弄伤脚
- keep one's foot 站住脚
- land on one's foot 运气不错,化险为夷
- put a foot wrong 做一件错事,说一句错话
- put one's foot down 坚决,坚定,行动果断,坚决反对,坚定不移地干
- put one's foot in one's mouth 说错话,做错事
- put one's foot up 双脚平搁起来休息
- put one's best foot forward 飞速地向前,全力以赴
- rise to one's foot 站起来
- set foot 踏上,进入
- set foot on Chinese soil 踏上中国国土
- set on foot 开始,发动
- spring to one's foot 跳着站起来
- stand on one's own foot 自力更生,自立
- struggle to one's foot 挣扎着站起来
- sweep sb off his foot 使某人大为激动
- warm one's foot 暖脚
- wash one's foot 洗脚
- club foot 先天畸形足
- at the foot of 在…下部,在…脚下
- at the foot of page 在一页的下端
- at the foot of the grave 墓脚下
- at the foot of the hill 山脚下
- at the foot of the mountain 山脚下
- at the foot of the statue 雕像脚下
- at the foot of the table 桌子脚下
- beyond a few feet 数英尺以外
- from head to foot 从头到脚
- the pain in one's foot 脚痛
- on foot 步行,在进行中
- on one's foot 站着,起立(回答等),痊愈,复原
- set a plan on foot 实施计划
- under foot 脚下
His feet did not stamp the clods or feel the warmth..of the earth.出自：J. Steinbeck
He lightly stroked the feet, probing between the long separated toes.出自：I. Murdoch
A Quire of Ladies..That featly footing seem'd to skim the Ground.出自：Dryden
- foot作“足部”解时一般用单数形式; 作“底部,底座”解时是单数名词,并常与定冠词the连用; 作“脚步,步伐”解时为不可数名词,其后常接介〔副〕词短语。
- foot还可以用作长度单位,意思是“英尺”,有时可采用零复数形式,即单数形式表示复数意义,表示“每英尺”时, foot前加a而不加one。
- foot作“英尺”解时,有的语言学家认为是单复数同形。其来源据说是由于古代欧洲人用足作为衡量长度的标准。 英国人一般用foot表示复数:Henry was six foot four inches in height.亨利身高六英尺四英寸。The new ambulance has a length of 12 foot 9 inches.新救护车长十二英尺九英寸。美国人说若干英尺时,仍用feet为复数。例如:She stands five feet four inches high.她身高五英尺四英寸。
- foot用作动词的意思是“走,踏”,也可作“结算; 总计,共计”解。
- at the foot of, at the feet of
两者意思不同:at the foot of意为“在…的底部,在…的基部”; 而at the feet of的意思是“在某人脚下(或支配下)”“拜倒在…脚下”。例如:My native village stands at the foot of the mountain.我出生的那个小村庄坐落在山脚下。They fell down at the feet of their enemy.他们向敌人屈服了。
- on foot, on one's feet
两者意思不同:on foot意思是“步行; 进行起来,在筹划中”,而on one's feet意思是“站着,站起来; 痊愈”。
误 Marathon runners are prone to stress fractures and a large number of feet ailments.
正 Marathon runners are prone to stress fractures and a large number of foot ailments.
误 He left the bed to the old man and lay at foot of the bed himself.
正 He left the bed to the old man and lay at the foot of the bed himself.
析 at the foot of...是固定词组,不能省略定冠词the。
误 She gave me the impression that she had a foot in the grave.
正 She gave me the impression that she had one foot in the grave.
析 “一只脚进坟墓(入土半截)”,英语的说法是have one foot in the grave,不能把one改成a。
误 The spy was arrested as soon as he set a foot on the country.
正 The spy was arrested as soon as he set foot on the country.
析 set foot on是习惯用语,意思是“走进,进入”, foot前不可加不定冠词a。
误 I like to go to school by foot.
正 I like to go to school on foot.
误 They made the journey by foot.
正 They made the journey on foot.
误 They went by foot while we drove.
正 They went on foot while we drove.
析 “步行”应该说on foot,而不是by foot。
误 We decide to walk to the museum on foot.
正 We decide to go to the museum on foot.
析 walk本身就是go on foot的意思,再与 on foot连用句意重复,所以应该去掉其中之一。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的oft，意为脚，足。
- hoof 蹄
- hoof it步行
- foot up把 ... 加在一起...
- leg it徒步
- FOOT:Forum for Object Oriented Technology面向对象技术论坛
- FOOT:Fortunate Observer Of Time (Frogg Cafe album)幸运Frogg观察者的时间(咖啡馆专辑)
- FOOT:Foothill Independent BancorpBancorp南麓独立
- foot:foot n. 足, 底部, 英尺, 音步(英诗), 步调, 步兵, 末尾vt. 走在...上, 支付, 给...换底, 结算vi. 步行, 跳舞, 总计 英英解释:名词foot:1. a linea…