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toe

noun /təu/
one of the five finger-like end parts of the foot
dedo del pie
These tight shoes hurt my toes.
the front part of a shoe, sock etc
punta del pie
There’s a hole in the toe of my sock.
toenail noun the nail that grows on one’s toes
uña del pie
He was cutting his toenails.
toe the line to act according to the rules
acatar la disciplina, seguir las reglas
You’d better toe the line if you want to keep your job.
(Definition of toe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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