English version

feet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeetfeet /fiːt/ noun 🔊 🔊 the plural of foot → get/have cold feet at cold1(6), → feet of clay at foot1(27), → have itchy feet at itchy(3)
Examples from the Corpus
feet• One option included enacting a temporary moratorium that would prohibit installing any wireless facility within 250 feet of a residential zone.• It dates from mid-twelfth century and is nearly 50 feet high, built in six stages.• Use the legs and feet to initiate movement.• She stood beside McAiister; her feet splayed as though barring the door.• Struggling to his feet, he realised he was waving his sword.• His feet are wide apart, legs straight, and his head is looking down the pitch over the left shoulder.• I left the overstuffed backpack on the floor, wedged between my feet.• The lamp shattered at their feet.
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