foot noun (BODY PART) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "foot" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

foot

noun (BODY PART)
身体部位
 
 
/fʊt/
[C] ( plural feet) the part of the body at the bottom of the leg on which a person or animal stands
(人或动物的)脚,足
I've got a blister on my left foot.
我左脚上起了个水疱。
I've been on my feet (= standing) all day and I'm exhausted.
我一整天都没坐过,可把我给累坏了。
He got to/rose to/jumped to his feet (= stood up) when she walked in.
她进来的时候他站了起来/站起身来/一跃而起。
informal "You look tired. Why don't you put your feet up (= sit or lie down with your feet resting on something)?"
“你看上去很疲倦,你休息一会儿吧。”
Please wipe your feet (= clean the bottom of your shoes) before you come into the house.
进屋前请把鞋底擦干净。
The legs and feet of non-human animalsThe foot
on foot walking
走路,步行
Are you going by bicycle or on foot?
你骑车去还是走路去?
Walking and walkers
(Definition of foot noun (BODY PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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