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Translation of "-footed" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

-footed

suffix     /-fʊt.ɪd/ US  /-fʊt̬-/
with feet of the stated type or number 形容腿的数量、种类的 our four-footed friends (= animals having four feet) 我们的四条腿的朋友 bare-footed children (= children wearing no shoes) 光着脚的孩子们 The foot
Translations of “-footed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 形容腿的數量、種類的…
(Definition of -footed from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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