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Traducción en turco de “foot”

foot

noun
 
 
/fʊt/
BODY PART [C] (plural feet) A1 one of the two flat parts on the ends of your legs that you stand on
ayak
bare feet He stepped on my foot. The foot
MEASUREMENT [C] (plural foot, feet) ( written abbreviation ft) B1 a unit for measuring length, equal to 0.3048 metres or 12 inches
12 inç veya 0.3048'e eşit bir ölçü birimi
Alex is about 6 feet tall. Measurements of length and distanceArea, mass, weight and volume in general
the foot of sth the bottom of something such as stairs, a hill, a bed, or a page
(merdiven, tepe, yatak,sayfa vb.) taban, alt, alt ucu
Put the notes at the foot of the page.Words meaning parts of things
on foot A2 If you go somewhere on foot, you walk there.
yayan, yürüyerek, piyade
Moving on foot
be on your feet to be standing and not sitting
dikilmek, ayakları üzerinde olmak, ayakta durmak
I'm exhausted, I've been on my feet all day.The foot
put your feet up to relax, especially by sitting with your feet supported above the ground
ayaklarını havaya kaldırarak yatıp uzanmak
Calming and relaxing
set foot in/on sth to go into a place or onto a piece of land
bir yere/araziye girmek
He told me never to set foot in his house again.Arriving, entering and invading
get/rise to your feet to stand up after you have been sitting
ayakları üzerinde doğrulmak, dikilmek, kalkmak
The audience rose to their feet.The foot
(Definition of foot noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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