footing

listen to the pronunciation of footing
İngilizce - Türkçe
karşılıklı ilişki
pabuç
(Politika, Siyaset) düzey
ara
(İnşaat) köprü ayağı
sömel
(yeni bir çevreye/işe/vb.) giriş
temel
esas
ayak izi
insan ilişkileri
iz
durum
altlık
basılan yer
hal
ayak basacak sağlam yer
{i} yer
mevki
ayak basacak yer
{i} tutunma noktası
yekun
on a better footing than ever araları her zamankinden daha iyi
ilişki/hal/sağlam yer
ilişki
giy/öde
temel ayağı
dayanak
foot
ayak

Eğer zihninizi ayağınıza koyarsanız, o, ayak olur. - If you put your mind into your foot, it becomes the foot.

Polo gibi at sırtında oynanılan bir oyunun aksine futbol aslında ayakla oynanılan bir top oyunu demekti. - Football originally meant a game played with a ball on foot - unlike a game played on horseback, such as polo.

footing stone
temel taşı
footing stone
taban taşı
footing stone
taban taşı, temel taşı
footing block
(İnşaat) temel bloğu
footing depth
(Jeoloji) temel derinliği
footing the bill
hesap ödeme
footing width
temel genişliği
foot
giy/öde
foot
hesaplamak
foot
dip

Sayfa beşteki dipnota bakın. - See the footnote on page 5.

Dipnotlar yıldız işareti ile işaretlenmiştir. - The footnotes are marked with an asterisk.

foot
{i} (dağ/tepe için) dip
foot
ayak kısmını örmek
equal footing
eşit muamele
foot
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan ayağı
foot
son

Mary, Tom'un sağ yanağına tokat attıktan sonra, sol ayağının üstünde tepindi. - After slapping Tom's right cheek, Mary stomped on his left foot.

Futbol basit bir oyundur.22 Adam bir topun peşinden 90 dakika boyunca koşar ve sonunda hep Almanların kazandığı bir oyundur. - Football is a simple game. 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes, and at the end the Germans always win.

foot
oynamak

Bizimle futbol oynamak ister misin? - Do you want to play football with us?

Okuldan sonra futbol oynamak eğlencelidir. - It is fun playing football after school.

foot
etek dağ
foot
(Askeri) altabaso yakası
foot
oturak
foot
ayakucu
foot
0,3048 m
foot
3048 m
concrete footing
beton ayak
continuous footing
sürekli temel
foot
30 cm.lik uzunluk ölçüsü
foot
alt

Dipnotlar sayfanın alt kısmındadır. - The footnotes are at the bottom of the page.

Onlar masa altından ayakla birbirlerini taciz ediyorlardı. - They were playing footsie under the table.

foot
etek

Askerler şafaktan önce tepenin eteklerine geldi. - The soldiers got to the foot of the hill before dawn.

Kilise, tepenin eteklerinde. - The church is at the foot of the hill.

foot
(hesabı) ödemek
foot
bir şeyin aşağı kısmı
running footing
yinelenen altlık
Foot
ayag
be on a better footing than ever
araları her zamankinden daha iyi olmak
foot
30,48 santimetrelik uzunluk ölçüsü birimi
foot
piyade birliği
foot
uyak
foot
gitmek

İstasyona yürüyerek gitmek bir saat sürer. - It takes an hour to get to the station on foot.

Yaya olarak gitmek istemiyor musunuz? - Don't you want to go on foot?

foot
ödemek
raft footing
radye jeneral
spread footing
(İnşaat) Radye temel
timber footing
ahşap ayak
tread; footing
sırt; ayak basacak
be on a better footing
araları her zamankinden daha iyi olmak
centrally loaded footing
birleşik temel
combined footing
(Jeoloji) birleşik temel
combined footing
(İnşaat) ikiz temel
continuous footing
sürekli dayanak
continuous footing
(İnşaat) mütemadi temel
continuous footing
(İnşaat,Jeoloji) şerit temel
deep footing
derin temel
eccentrically loaded footing
eksantirikyüklü temel
foot
foot it yaya gitmek
foot
bir uzunluk birimi (a.b.d.'de 1866'dan beri kullanılan bir uzunluk birimi olup yard'ın 1/3'üne ve metrenin tam olarak 1200/3937 (0.3048)'ine eşittir)
foot
{i} etek (dağ)
foot
{ç} feet (fit)
foot
seyretmek foot a measure dans etmek
foot
(Askeri) FUT, AYAK: Bir yardanın üçte biri olan uzunluk ölçüsü. Birden fazlası "feet" şeklinde yazılır
foot
{f} çıkarmak
foot
foot the bill hesabı ödemek
foot
{i} adım

Ne yaparsan yap,doğru adımla başlamak kaçınılmazdır. - Whatever you're doing, starting off on the right foot is essential.

Keşke bu eve adım atmasaydım! - I wish I'd never stepped foot in this house!

foot
{i} fut (30,4 cm.). I wouldn't touch that with a ten-foot pole
foot
yol almak
foot
up ile yekununu çıkarmak
foot
piyade
foot
(Tıp) (feet). (11). Ayak, pes
foot
{i} (karyolanın) ayakucu
foot
yaya yürümek
foot
fut
individual footing
tekil temel
individual footing
münferit destek
isolated footing
tekil temel
loaded footing
yüklü temel
loose one's footing
tökezlemek
loose one's footing
ayağı kaymak
lose one's footing
ayağı kaymak, ayağı sürçmek
miss one's footing
ayağı kaymak
obtain a footing
(deyim) bir yere gelmek
obtain a footing
(deyim) bir statü kazanmak
obtain a footing
(deyim) bir mevkiye gelmek
on a firm footing
(deyim) sağlam temelli
on a firm footing
(deyim) sıkı tabanlı
on a firm footing
(deyim) sağlam bazlı
on a firm footing
(deyim) temeli sağlam
on equal footing
eşit zeminde
on equal footing
eşit koşullarda
piled footing
kazıklı temel
rectangular combined footing
dikdörtgen birleşik temel
reinforced concrete footing
(İnşaat) beton ayak
separate footing
münferit sömel
shallow footing
sığ temel
stepped footing
kademeli temel
strap footing
(Jeoloji) bağ kirişli birleşik temel
strap footing
bağ kirişli birleşik sömel
strip footing
şerit temel
trapezoidal combined footing
yamuk birleşik temel
unsymmetrical footing
asimetrik temel
Türkçe - Türkçe

footing teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

foot
Bir canlının veya eşyanın ayağı
foot
Vücudun belden aşağısı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A footprint or footprints; tracks, someone's trail

A man must doe as some wilde beasts, which at the entrance of their caves, will have no manner of footing seene.

The finer refuse part of whale blubber, not wholly deprived of oil. Simmonds
A tread; step; especially, measured tread

Hark, I hear the footing of a man. Shakespeare.

A ground for the foot; place for the foot to rest on; firm foundation to stand on

In ascent, every step gained is a footing and help to the next. Holder.

A standing; position; established place; basis for operation; permanent settlement; foothold

As soon as he had obtained a footing at court, the charms of his manner . . . made him a favorite. Thomas Babington Macaulay.

The act of putting a foot to anything; also, that which is added as a foot; as, the footing of a stocking
A narrow cotton lace, without figures
The act of adding up a column of figures; the amount or sum total of such a column
The thickened or sloping portion of a wall, or of an embankment at its foot; foundation
Double checking the numbers vertically
A relative condition; state

Lived on a footing of equality with nobles. Thomas Babington Macaulay.

{n} foundation, dance, tread, road, entrance, settlement, lace
The projecting base of a sign pole or pylon, including the porting that is buried in the ground
The spreading course at the base of a foundation wall, pier, or column
the perimeter base (or bottom) beam of a structure
-The base of the foundation that supports the foundation walls
Relative condition; state
Tread; step; especially, measured tread
The total of the debit column or credit column of an account
status with respect to the relations between people or groups; "on good terms with her in-laws"; "on a friendly footing"
You refer to your footing when you are referring to your position and how securely your feet are placed on the ground. For example, if you lose your footing, your feet slip and you fall. He was cautious of his footing, wary of the edge He lost his footing and slid into the water
A base for a wall or structure that provides stability for that structure
the enlarged, lower portion of a substructure, which distributes the structure load either to the earth or to supporting piles; the most common footing is the concrete slab; footer is a local term for footing
A masonry section usually made of concrete, in a rectangular form wider than the bottom of the foundation wall or pier it supports
The broadened concrete base of a foundation, wall or pier
The thickened or sloping portion of a wall, or of an embankment at its foot
a relation that provides the foundation for something; "they were on a friendly footing"; "he worked on an interim basis"
The widened part of a foundation that spreads a load from the building across a broader area of soil
a relation that provides the foundation for something; "they were on a friendly footing"; "he worked on an interim basis" status with respect to the relations between people or groups; "on good terms with her in-laws"; "on a friendly footing
Trenches of poured concrete around the perimeter of the house and below each pier or column that supports and distributes the weight of the house to the ground Two steel rods, known as rebar, run through the trench of the foundation
If you are on a particular kind of footing with someone, you have that kind of relationship with them. They decided to put their relationship on a more formal footing They are now trying to compete on an equal footing. = basis
If a country or armed force is on a war footing, it is ready to fight a war. The president placed the republic on a war footing
A foundation unit constructed in brickwork, masonry or concrete under the base of a wall or column for the purpose of distributing the load over a large area
The finer refuse part of whale blubber, not wholly deprived of oil
The enlarged, lower portion of a substructure which distributes the structure load either to the earth or to supporting piles; the most common footing is the concrete slab “Footer” is a local term for footing (5)
status with respect to the relations between people or groups; "on good terms with her in-laws"; "on a friendly footing
Ground for the foot; place for the foot to rest on; firm foundation to stand on
The projecting base of a sign pole or pylon, including the portion that is buriedin the ground
The very base of your house, on which the foundation is laid The footings, are generally very wide to provide a substantial base, of strength, for the foundation
A pad or mat, usually of concrete, located under a column, wall, or other structural member, that is used to distribute the loads from that member into the supporting soil
He is on good footing with the world He stands well with the world This is a French phrase, Être sur un grand pied dans le monde "Grand pied" means "large foot," and the allusion is to the time of Henry VIII , when the rank of a man was designated by the size of his shoe - the higher the rank the larger the shoe The (Atasözü) would be more correctly rendered, "He has a large foot in society " To pay your footing To give money for drink when you first enter on a trade Entry money for being allowed to put your foot in the premises occupied by fellow-craftsmen This word is called foot-ale by ancient writers (See Garnish )
The widened section, usually concrete, at the base or bottom of a foundation wall, pier or column
The base or bottom of a foundation pier, wall, or column that is usually wider than the upper portion of the foundation The added width at the bottom spreads the load over a wider area
Standing; position; established place; basis for operation; permanent settlement; foothold
{i} basis, foundation; foothold, place for standing; secure position; stability; terms of a relationship; act of walking
The rectangular concrete forms found under foundation walls or piers Footings support the weight of the object above it They are usually wider than the structure they support in order to spread the load out over a larger surface area
The enlarged, or spread-out, lower portion of a substructure, which distributes the structure load either to the earth or to supporting piles
A concrete pad or mat located under a column, wall, or other structural member that distributes loads from that member into the supporting soil
A masonry section, usually concrete, in a rectangular form wider than the bottom of the foundation wall or pier it supports
Portion of the foundation of a structure that transmits loads directly to the soil
If something is put on a particular footing, it is defined, established, or changed in a particular way, often so that it is able to develop or exist successfully. The new law will put official corruption on the same legal footing as treason. = basis
a place providing support for the foot in standing or climbing
first footing
The practice, during Hogmanay, of visiting friends and family, especially to be the first person to cross a home's threshold after midnight on New Year's Eve bearing a small gift
first-footing
Alternative spelling of first footing
foot
To pay (a bill)
foot
The end of a cigar which is lit, and usually cut before lighting
foot
The basic measure of rhythm in a poem
foot
The part of a sewing machine which presses downward on the fabric, and may also serve to move it forward
foot
The part of a flat surface on which the feet customarily rest

We came and stood at the foot of the bed.

foot
The globular lower domain of a protein
foot
The foot of a line perpendicular to a given line is the point where the lines intersect
foot
The end of a rectangular table opposite the head

The host should sit at the foot of the table.

foot
The muscular part of a bivalve mollusc by which it moves or holds its position on a surface
foot
The base or bottom of anything

I'll meet you at the foot of the stairs.

foot
In a bryophyte, that portion of a sporophyte which remains embedded within and attached to the parent gametophyte plant

b) sporophyte with foot reduced, the entire sporophyte enveloped by the calyptra, which is ± stipitate at the base.

foot
The bottommost part of a typed or printed page
foot
To use the foot to kick (usually a ball)
foot
A short foot-like projection on the bottom of an object to support it

The feet of the stove hold it a safe distance above the floor.

foot
A biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion and that is frequently a separate organ at the terminal part of the leg

A spider has eight feet.

foot
The parsing of syllables into prosodic constituents, which are used to determine the placement of stress in languages along with the notions of constituent heads
foot
Specifically, a human foot, which is found below the ankle and is used for standing and walking

Southern Italy is shaped like a foot.

foot
The bottom edge of a sail

To make the mainsail fuller in shape, the outhaul is eased to reduce the tension on the foot of the sail.

foot
Travel by walking

There is a lot of foot traffic on this street.

foot
The end of a billiard or pool table behind the foot point where the balls are racked
foot
A unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres

Most people are less than six feet tall.

foot
Foot soldiers; infantry

King John went to battle with ten thousand foot and one thousand horse.

foot
To parse into metrical feet
foot
{i} body part located at the end of the leg; unit of length equal to 12 inches or 30.48 cm; bottom or lowest part of something (i.e. stairs, a table, a hill, a page, etc.); end of a bed where a person rests his/her feet; part of a sock or stocking covering a person's foot
foot
{n} that on which a thing stands, a step, measure of 12 inches, a measure in poetry, infantry
foot
{v} to dance, walk, tread, spurn, settle
spread footing
(İnşaat) (civil engineering) A wide, shallow footing usually made of reinforced concrete
Foot
ashi
Foot
bal
foot
{f} attach a foot to; walk; pay (Slang); move with the rhythm; dance on
foot
The equivalent part of an animal's body
foot
the foot of a human being; "his bare feet projected from his trousers"; "armored from head to foot"
foot
It is a median organ arising from the ventral region of body, often in the form of a flat disk, as in snails
foot
A foot is a unit for measuring length, height, or depth, and is equal to 12 inches or 30.48 centimetres. When you are giving measurements, the form `foot' is often used as the plural instead of the plural form `feet'. This beautiful and curiously shaped lake lies at around fifteen thousand feet He occupies a cell 10 foot long, 6 foot wide and 10 foot high I have to give my height in feet and inches
foot
pay for something; "pick up the tab"; "pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages"; "foot the bill
foot
pes
foot
the bottommost part of a type page or printed page
foot
1 The lower edge of a sail; 2 To move through the water at good speed; 3 To gain boat speed by falling off slightly toward leeward
foot
The terminal part of the leg of man or an animal; esp
foot
of Buccinum
foot
a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger
foot
ft
foot
If you get or rise to your feet, you stand up. Malone got to his feet and followed his superior out of the suite He sprang to his feet and ran outside
foot
To seize or strike with the talon
foot
to foot the bill: see bill foot in the door: see door drag your feet: see drag to vote with your feet: see vote. foot the bill to pay for something, especially something expensive that you do not want to pay for. In measurement, any of numerous lineal measures (commonly 9.8-13.4 in. [25-34 cm]) based on the length of the human foot. It is used exclusively in English-speaking countries. In most countries and in all scientific applications, the foot (with its multiples and subdivisions) has been superseded by the metre. In the U.S. the definition of the foot as exactly 30.48 cm took effect in 1959. See also inch; International System of Units; yard. End part of the leg, consisting of the heel, arch, and toes, on which a person stands. Its major function is locomotion. The human foot cannot grasp and is adapted for running and striding (a step unique to humans that can cover great distances with minimal energy expenditure). Its arched structure helps it support the body's weight. See also podiatry. athlete's foot bird's foot trefoil foot metrical Foot Michael foot and mouth disease white footed mouse leaf footed bug
foot
– the end of the cigar you light Most often it is pre-cut, except in the case of torpedos and perfectos
foot
If you say that someone has one foot in the grave, you mean that they are very old or very ill and will probably die soon
foot
emphasis If you say that someone sets foot in a place, you mean that they enter it or reach it, and you are emphasizing the significance of their action. If you say that someone never sets foot in a place, you are emphasizing that they never go there. the day the first man set foot on the moon A little later I left that place and never set foot in Texas again
foot
Soldiers who march and fight on foot; the infantry, usually designated as the foot, in distinction from the cavalry
foot
Is the combination of stressed and unstressed syllables, which make up the metric unit of a line The most commonly used feet are as follows: ANAPESTIC, DACTYLIC, IAMBIC, and TROCHAIC
foot
the lower part of anything; "curled up on the foot of the bed"; "the foot of the page"; "the foot of the list"; "the foot of the mountain"
foot
If someone puts their foot down when they are driving, they drive as fast as they can. I asked the driver to put his foot down for Nagchukha
foot
Bottom edge of sail
foot
To tread to measure or music; to dance; to trip; to skip
foot
If you are on your feet, you are standing up. Everyone was on their feet applauding wildly
foot
The bottom edge of a sail from Tack to Clew
foot
A unit of length in the British system of measurement, equal to 0 3048 metre (exactly)
foot
Imperial unit of linear measure: 1/3 of a yard, 12 inches
foot
The foot of a bed is the end nearest to the feet of the person lying in it. Friends stood at the foot of the bed, looking at her with serious faces. head
foot
A unit used in poetry composed of syllables in some pattern of unaccented and accented syllables There are five most commonly used sets: iambic (iamb), trochaic (trochee), anapestic (anapest), dactylic (dactyl), and spondaic (spondee)
foot
The base of a pot
foot
The muscular locomotive organ of a mollusk
foot
add a column of numbers walk; "let's hoof it to the disco"
foot
an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot; "there came ten thousand horsemen and as many fully-armed foot"
foot
measure of length used in the United States for medium size objects and distances -- "The ' and " symbols are common and mean foot and inch " (235)
foot
a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm
foot
approval If you say that someone has their feet on the ground, you approve of the fact that they have a sensible and practical attitude towards life, and do not have unrealistic ideas. In that respect he needs to keep his feet on the ground and not get carried away Kevin was always level-headed with both feet on the ground
foot
The bottom of anything; as, the foot of the stairs, the foot of a printed page
foot
A unit of measure equal to twelve inches and one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres
foot
The foot (international) is exactly 0 3048 meter
foot
Another name for Bass Drum (the largest drum in the Drum Kit which puts out bass frequencies and is played with a foot pedal)
foot
any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates
foot
In poetry, the unit for measuring meter
foot
travel by foot; "he followed on foot"; "the swiftest of foot"
foot
See Manus, and Pes
foot
To kick with the foot; to spurn
foot
the part below the ankle or wrist; that part of an animal upon which it rests when standing, or moves
foot
If you say that someone or something is on their feet again after an illness or difficult period, you mean that they have recovered and are back to normal. He said they all needed to work together to put the country on its feet again
foot
walk; "let's hoof it to the disco"
foot
If you get cold feet about something, you become nervous or frightened about it because you think it will fail. The Government is getting cold feet about the reforms
foot
a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard; "he is six feet tall"
foot
If someone puts their foot down, they use their authority in order to stop something happening. He had planned to go skiing on his own in March but his wife had decided to put her foot down
foot
A combination of syllables consisting a metrical element of a verse, the syllables being formerly distinguished by their quantity or length, but in modern poetry by the accent
foot
pay for something; "pick up the tab"; "pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages"; "foot the bill"
foot
To renew the foot of, as of a stocking
foot
The lower edge of a sail
foot
any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates a support resembling a pedal extremity; "one foot of the chair was on the carpet"
foot
[in Measure] in England the length of 12 inches, in Spain the same, at Paris, 12 4-5ths, at Amsterdam 11 3-4ths, at Copenhagen 11 3-5ths, the same at Bremen, at Cologne 11 2-5ths, at Dantzick 11 3-10ths, at Venice 13 9-10ths
foot
If you put your feet up, you relax or have a rest, especially by sitting or lying with your feet supported off the ground. After supper he'd put his feet up and read. It was a pleasant prospect. = rest
foot
To sum up, as the numbers in a column; sometimes with up; as, to foot (or foot up) an account
foot
If you say that someone is finding their feet in a new situation, you mean that they are starting to feel confident and to deal with things successfully. I don't know anyone in England but I am sure I will manage when I find my feet
foot
The lowest part or base; the ground part; the bottom, as of a mountain or column; also, the last of a row or series; the end or extremity, esp
foot
A short projection on the bottom of a piece of equipment to support it
foot
Your feet are the parts of your body that are at the ends of your legs, and that you stand on. She stamped her foot again. a foot injury. his aching arms and sore feet. + -footed -footed She was bare-footed. pink-footed geese
foot
The part of a human's body below the ankle. Used to stand and walk
foot
The bottom of a book when looking at the front cover, the bottom of each page
foot
To walk; opposed to ride or fly
foot
If someone gets off on the wrong foot in a new situation, they make a bad start by doing something in completely the wrong way. Even though they called the election and had been preparing for it for some time, they got off on the wrong foot
foot
when a hawk repeatedly grabs and squeezes prey (or the falconer's glove) with it's talons
foot
a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard; "he is six feet tall"
foot
A foot patrol or foot soldiers walk rather than travelling in vehicles or on horseback. Paratroopers and foot-soldiers entered the building on the government's behalf. see also footing
foot
If you never put a foot wrong, you never make any mistakes. When he's around, we never put a foot wrong
foot
if associated with inferiority; as, the foot of a hill; the foot of the procession; the foot of a class; the foot of the bed
foot
The unit of meter that corresponds to the beat There will generally be two or three syllables per foot and one to eight feet per line with the most common being four (tetrameter) or five (pentameter) There are four ways of accenting the syllables within the foot: anapestic, dactylic, iambic and trochaic
foot
"The lower edge of a sail " (Underhill)
foot
The foot of something is the part that is farthest from its top. David called to the children from the foot of the stairs A single word at the foot of a page caught her eye. = bottom head, top
foot
A measure of length equivalent to twelve inches; one third of a yard
foot
A foot brake or foot pump is operated by your foot rather than by your hand. I tried to reach the foot brakes but I couldn't
foot
Recognized condition; rank; footing; used only in the singular
foot
If someone has to stand on their own two feet, they have to be independent and manage their lives without help from other people. My father didn't mind whom I married, so long as I could stand on my own two feet and wasn't dependent on my husband
foot
a foot of a vertebrate other than a human being
foot
To tread; as, to foot the green
foot
a support resembling a pedal extremity; "one foot of the chair was on the carpet"
foot
Fundamental principle; basis; plan; used only in the singular
foot
That which corresponds to the foot of a man or animal; as, the foot of a table; the foot of a stocking
foot
the basic unit of measurement of accentual-syllabic metre, usually thought to contain one stressed syllable and at least one unstressed syllable The standard types of feet in English are iambic, trochaic, dactylic, anapestic, spondaic, and pyrrhic Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem "Metrical Feet" exemplifies the metre the first five, and of two classical measures, the amphibrach and the amphimacer (stressed feet are in boldface): Trochee trips from long to short; From long to long in solemn sort Slow spondee stalks; strong foot! yet ill able Ever to come up with Dactyl trisyllable Iambics march from short to long; -- With a leap and a bound the swift anapests throng; One syllable long, with one short at each side, Amphibrachys hastes with a stately stride; -- First and last being long, middle short, Amphimacer Strikes his thundering hoofs like a proud high-bred Racer
foot
If you go somewhere on foot, you walk, rather than using any form of transport. We rowed ashore, then explored the island on foot for the rest of the day
foot
If you say, in British English, the boot is on the other foot or, mainly in American English, the shoe is on the other foot, you mean that a situation has been reversed completely, so that the person who was in the better position before is now in the worse one. You're not in a position to remove me. The boot is now on the other foot
foot
If you say that someone always falls or lands on their feet, you mean that they are always successful or lucky, although they do not seem to achieve this by their own efforts. He has good looks and charm, and always falls on his feet
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Two or more syllables that together make up the smallest unit of rhythm in a poem For example, an iamb is a foot that has two syllables, one unstressed followed by one stressed An anapest has three syllables, two unstressed followed by one stressed
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A unit of measure used to count meter Don't confuse a foot with a syllable--a single metrical foot can have two or even three syllables in it
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add a column of numbers
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To set on foot; to establish; to land
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The bottom of a card, page or book
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If someone puts their foot in it or puts their foot in their mouth, they accidentally do or say something which embarrasses or offends people. Our chairman has really put his foot in it, poor man, though he doesn't know it
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lowest support of a structure; "it was built on a base of solid rock"; "he stood at the foot of the tower"
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travel by foot; "he followed on foot"; "the swiftest of foot" any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates a support resembling a pedal extremity; "one foot of the chair was on the carpet" the foot of a human being; "his bare feet projected from his trousers"; "armored from head to foot" the lower part of anything; "curled up on the foot of the bed"; "the foot of the page"; "the foot of the list"; "the foot of the mountain" a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard; "he is six feet tall" add a column of numbers walk; "let's hoof it to the disco" pay for something; "pick up the tab"; "pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages"; "foot the bill
footings
plural of footing
miss one's footing
stumble, slip, fall, lose one's balance
on friendly footing
on friendly terms, in good relations
war footing
{i} condition of being ready and prepared to take on or sustain war; status of a military force or other organization when functioning under a state of war
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feet
duvar pabucu footing
(of a wall)
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