Foot

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Definition

a foot: the part of the body at the bottom of the leg on which a person stands (we have two of them and each one has five toes); a unit of measurement
noun
Note the plural: feet

12 feet: approximately 4 meters
noun

(We'll go to school) on foot: (We'll) walk (to school)
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: Why don't you wear a shoe on your left foot?
US: Because my left foot is beautiful. What do your feet look like?

Examples

  • "I am going to start with your feet."
  • "Luigi's Super Power Pizza has a diameter of 10 feet, and can feed up to 100 people."
  • "Sergio : Yes Donna, how many inches in a foot?"
  • "A fellow student said "Zack was careful not to throw the candy directly at people, but a caramel square did land quite near my foot"."
  • "The ceiling height is 14 feet, and the apartment comes fully furnished."
  • "It's a game played with a ball that is struck with the foot."
  • "Too hard standin' on my own two feet"
  • "My feet are so sore."
  • "They say there's a 12-foot swell out there."
  • "I'm getting odours of long-weekends in Prague, raspberries crushed under the foot of a unicorn, and a distinct fragrance of lingerie."

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