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feet

plural of foot: feet firmly planted on the ground
Not to be confused with:
feat – achievement; exploit; courageous, daring act: an extraordinary feat

feet

 (fēt)
n.
Plural of foot.

feet

(fiːt)
n
1. the plural of foot
2. at someone's feet as someone's disciple
3. be run off one's feet be rushed off one's feet to be very busy
4. carry off one's feet sweep off one's feet to fill with enthusiasm
5. feet of clay a weakness that is not widely known
6. get one's feet wet to begin to participate in something
7. have one's feet on the ground keep one's feet on the ground to be practical and reliable
8. on one's feet on its feet
a. standing up
b. in good health
c. (of a business, company, etc) thriving
9. put one's feet up to rest
10. stand on one's own feet to be independent
ˈfeetless adj

feet

(fit)

n.
a pl. of foot.
Idioms:
1. drag one's feet, to act or proceed slowly or reluctantly.
2. get one's feet wet, to take the first step in an activity, venture, etc.
3. have one's feet on the ground, to have a realistic, sensible attitude or approach.
4. on one's feet,
a. in a standing position.
b. in a secure, independent position or recovered state.
5. stand on one's own (two) feet,
a. to be financially self-supporting.
b. to be independent.
6. sweep off one's feet, to impress or overwhelm by ability, enthusiasm, or charm.
Translations
chodidla
fødder
jalat
stopala
fötter
เท้า
chân

feet

أَقْدام chodidla fødder Füße πόδια pies jalat pieds stopala piedi voeten føtter stopy pés стопы fötter เท้า ayaklar chân

feet

n., pl. de foot; pies.

feet

pl de foot
References in classic literature ?
And he carved out little wooden feet for her, and crutches, taught her the psalm criminals always sing; and she kissed the hand which had wielded the axe, and went over the heath.
My driver was laughing and joking with the lady and the children, and talking about the country to the right and the left; but he never thought it worth while to keep an eye on his horse or to drive on the smoothest parts of the road; and so it easily happened that I got a stone in one of my fore feet.
The wall which encompassed it is two feet and a half high, and at least eleven inches broad, so that a coach and horses may be driven very safely round it; and it is flanked with strong towers at ten feet distance.
According to a careful calculation I have made, and which I partly base upon Captain Scoresby's estimate, of seventy tons for the largest sized Greenland whale of sixty feet in length; according to my careful calculation, I say, a Sperm Whale of the largest magnitude, between eighty-five and ninety feet in length, and something less than forty feet in its fullest circumference, such a whale will weigh at least ninety tons; so that reckoning thirteen men to a ton, he would considerably outweigh the combined population of a whole village of one thousand one hundred inhabitants.
A weight of four thousand pounds is represented by a displacement of the air amounting to forty-four thousand eight hundred and forty-seven cubic feet; or, in other words, forty-four thousand eight hundred and forty-seven cubic feet of air weigh about four thousand pounds.
Our business is to construct a cannon measuring nine feet in its interior diameter, six feet thick, and with a stone revetment of nineteen and a half feet in thickness.
To my right the bottom of the cliff was lost in the dense foliage of the forest, which terminated at its very foot, rearing its gorgeous foliage fully a thousand feet against its stern and forbidding neighbour.
We ciphered upon it and decided that it was not less than several hundred feet from the base of the wall of solid ice to the top of it--Harris believed it was really twice that.
The circumvallation formed a double enclosure, the inner side of which was, in fact, two feet or three feet distant from the other, and connected by a concentric range of long flat stones, thus forming a series of concentric rings or stories of various heights, rising to the top of the tower.
"Strange to see the covering of one's own head at one's own feet!"
Julian its thickness is more than 800 feet! These white beds are everywhere capped by a mass of gravel, forming probably one of the largest beds of shingle in the world: it certainly extends from near the Rio Colorado to between 600 and 700 nautical miles southward, at Santa Cruz (a river a little south of St.
Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on a foot warmer, and awakens the next day with his feet all burned off