Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Foot"

The meaning of "Foot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa six foot in the ground?
A: To give a bit more explanation, it means, "dead," because you bury a body at least six feet underground, so that wild animals don't dig it up and eat it.
Q: O que significa get off on the wrong foot?
A: This expression means that you "were off to a bad start" or that things didn't go how they should or how you planned.

Here's a little story you can associate it with:
Imagine you are about to meet with your friend Amanda and another girl named Sue. You have never met Sue before. Just as you go to say hi, your foot gets stuck and you trip and fall and spill your drink all over Sue. You didn't mean to do it but it happened.
Q: O que significa they're beating you by 60 feet.?
A: The tower is taller than the one he is building. It's taller by 60ft. I'm guessing it's a race to build the tallest tower so, in essence, the pragon tower is winning.
Q: O que significa Now my feet won't touch the ground?
A: 脚踏实地是成语的
Now my feet won't touch the ground is the opposite to 脚踏实地. It is not an idiom though. It is just poetic language and means he is very happy.
Q: O que significa we may have gotten on the wrong foot when I called you an idiot?
A: They are saying sorry for insulting you without getting to know you first

Example sentences using "Foot"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com get cold feet.
A: to have cold feet means to be changing your mind about something OR to become afraid of doing something.

1. I was excited to try skydiving, but now I have cold feet about it
2. Tina wasn't sure about her wedding. She has cold feet.
3. Jonny wants to quit his job, but when he walks into his work, he starts to get cold feet.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com foot.
A: -some really loud American dude- Man, I love football!

Ow! There's something stuck in my foot!

-smiles- I have a foot fetish.

Bigfoot is totally real!

Take that back or I'm gonna shove my foot up your ass.

Hope these were helpful!
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com get your feet wet.
A: "Don't get your feet wet."
"Did you get your feet wet?"
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com have cold feet.
A: to suddenly become too frightened to do something you had planned to do, especially something important like getting married We're getting married next Saturday - that's if Trevor doesn't get cold feet! I'm worried she may be getting cold feet about our trip to Patagonia.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com have cold feet.
A: It basically means he didn't do something because he was worried or nervous

Synonyms of "Foot" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre at my feet e near my feet ?
A: "at my feet"→「私の足に」

"near my feet"→「私の足の近くに」

Q: Qual é a diferença entre foot e feet ?
A: Feet is the plural of foot.

I have one foot.
I have two feet.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre "My feet had left, but my heart was still there." e "My feet have left, but my heart is still there." ?
A: Using "had" and "was" would mean that this was all in the past, as if you were telling a story of something that has already happened to you. You could use this if your heart has now moved on, but had not at the time.
an example could be "when i was 12 years old, i had a pet." (this tells us you were once 12 years old, and you used to have a pet but not anymore)

Using "have" and "is" emplies that the situation still efects you now, and your heart is still there, it still effects you. It is a current sotuation.
Another example could be "Being 12 years old is great! i have pets." (this tells us that you are twelve years old, and you have pets now)

does this help?
Q: Qual é a diferença entre I go to work on foot e I go to work by foot ?
A: You would typically say "on foot" rather than "by foot". You could instead say "by walking".
You would however say "by car" or "by train" etc.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre 10 feet e 10 foot ?
A: One foot long, anything more than one foot is feet. Two feet, three feet etc. when you use the measurement as a compound adjective six-foot tall man you can use foot. Ten-foot tall building. Etc

Translations of "Foot"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? to put the foot down, what does that mean
A: Cuando el jefe (o el padre, el maestro etc.) está harto del compartamiento de sus empleados (niños, estudiantes etc.) diríamos que "He is going to put his foot down!!!", no va a apoyar nada más, va a ponerse a castigarlos.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I really put my foot in it. what does it mean?
A: 我犯错了
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? is bottom of foot sole?
A: Yes, sole is the bottom of the foot. Sole is also a type of fish.
Soul sounds the same as sole, but it means your inner spirit (and the model of a car made by Kia).
Sole and soul both sound like Seoul.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I liked to put foot print on the snow.What should I say exactly?
A: I like leaving footprints in the snow.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What means to be cold feet in english ?
A: To be doubtful or anxious enough of something to prevent the completion of said action. Ex: The bride got cold feet the night before her wedding. Hope this helps!

Other questions about "Foot"

Q: Sitting at the foot of the mountain , he was injured by a fallen rock. soa natural?
A: I would say, "While sitting at the foot of the mountain, he was injured by a falling rock."
Q: You can practice the spoken English on foot.( 你可以边走路边练口语) soa natural?
A: You can practice speaking English while you walk
Q: Put your feet together. Place your hands on your thighs. And stand tall. soa natural?
A: Would suggest:
Put your feet together, place your hands by your side, and stand tall.

Also, most sentences should not start with "and", it is better to use "," :-)
Q: Anyway, as long as your feet don't start get hurting, it's all fine soa natural?
A: Just remove "get"... your feet don't start hurting (or don't start to hurt)
Q: What does "think on their feet" mean?
A: To think quickly.

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