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Dictionary French English: feet

Translation 1 - 32 of 32

NOUN   a foot | feet
anat. unit pieds {m.pl}
feet {pl}
3 Words: Others
à pieds joints {adv}with feet together
3 Words: Verbs
traîner les pieds [fig.]to drag one's feet [fig.]
avoir les jetons [fam.]to get cold feet [fig.]
avoir froid aux piedsto have cold feet
anat. avoir les pieds sensiblesto have tender feet
piétiner le sol [d'impatience, de rage]to stamp one's feet
trépignerto stamp one's feet [with anger etc]
attacher les pieds de qn.to tie sb.'s feet
3 Words: Nouns
trépignement {m}stamping of feet
4 Words: Verbs
zool. retomber sur ses pattes [chat]to fall on its feet
retomber sur ses pattes [personne] [fig.]to fall on one's feet [fig.]
avoir des pieds d'argile [fig.]to have feet of clay [fig.]
avoir les pieds bien au secto have nice dry feet
se lever précipitammentto leap to one's feet
se déplier [fam.] [personne]to rise to one's feet
se lever en sursautto scramble to one's feet
faire perdre la tête à qn.to sweep sb. off their feet [fig.]
5+ Words: Others
loc. Ne reste pas dans mes jambes !Get out from under my feet!
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir le pied agileto be nimble on one's feet
se faire tirer l'oreille pour faire qc. [fam.] [loc.]to drag one's feet about doing sth. [coll.] [idiom]
remonter le courant [fig.] [personne, entreprise]to get back on one's feet [fig.]
remonter la penteto get back on one's feet [idiom]
avoir les pieds sur terre [fig.]to have both feet planted (firmly) on the ground [fig.]
anat. avoir de petites extrémitésto have small hands and feet
perdre pied [fig.] [perdre contenance]to lose the ground (under one's feet) [also fig.]
comm. fin. remettre qn. à flot [fig.]to put sb. back on their feet [fig.]
se débrouiller tout seul [loc.]to stand on one's own (two) feet [idiom]
voler de ses propres ailes [loc.]to stand on one's own (two) feet [idiom]
se jeter aux pieds de qn.to throw oneself at sb.'s feet
5+ Words: Nouns
bible colosse {m} aux pieds d'argile [loc.]idol with feet of clay [idiom] [Book of Daniel]
piétinements {m.pl} dans le couloirsound of feet in the corridor
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