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1. foot foot


The area of an 8-foot square room is 64 square feet.
foot ache
Football originally meant "a game played with a ball on foot" - unlike a game played on horseback, such as polo.
Now you are in Old Town, so it will be best to go by foot across Charles Bridge and then along Mostecká Street to Malostranské Square.
Her ceaseless caterwauling alarmed every dog within a 500-foot radius.
A black crocodile, troubling his rest, grabbed him suddenly by his rough and heavy foot.
In 776 B.C., the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mount Olympus to honor the Greeks' chief god, Zeus.
My dog was run over by a truck. He was not killed, but his foot was badly injured.
It's better not to prattle on about meaningless things. The more you open your mouth the more likely you are to put your foot in it.
Not knowing that Nancy had left him, I put my foot in my mouth when I asked Paul how she was.
There are 12 inches (30.48 centimetres) in a foot.
Once upon a time, there was a man and his wife. They had no house. They were living in the fields and sleeping at the foot of a tree.
Not thinking before he speaks, he invariably proceeds to stick his foot in his mouth.
Nay, since you will not love, would I were growing A happy daisy, in the garden path That so your silver foot might press me going, Might press me going even unto death.

Inglés palabrapie"(foot) ocurre en conjuntos:

Partes del cuerpo humano en inglés
Things: Picturable words 2
Body and senses (basic)
Partes del Cuerpo