foot 是什么意思

foot的中文意思是: 脚

foot例句大全

  1. He shifted from foot to foot

    他从一只脚换到另一只脚。

  2. He occupies a cell 10 foot long, 6 foot wide and 10 foot high

    他住在一个长10英尺、宽6英尺、高10英尺的小房间里。

  3. As the front foot slipped ; the rear foot became unsteady.

    前脚一滑,后脚也站不稳。

  4. Raise one foot, curl the toes and point the foot downwards

    抬起一只脚,弯曲脚趾,使脚尖朝下。

  5. The foot great toe is up, for evil make foot jue Yin, appropriate diarrhea ; If the foot great toe bowed

    足大趾是向上翘,为邪犯足厥阴,宜泻;若足大趾向下屈,为足太阴经气不足,宜补。

  6. Of tinea corporis, hand -foot tinea, Liriodendron wind, moisture foot treatment significantly.

    对股癣、手足癣、鹅掌风、脚湿气治疗效果显著。

  7. And stairs lead up to the six-foot by eight-foot bedroom.

    房间里六英尺的楼梯通往卧室,卧室也只有8英尺高。

  8. However, the foot protection structures shall be constructed at the sediment retaining dam foot place

    但是,为防止堤脚冲刷,应在挡沙坝堤脚处设置护脚结构。

  9. Insole conforms to individual foot with moisture absorbent circulation system for optimal foot environment

    鞋垫符合个人与水分足步行环境最佳吸收流通体制。

  10. An older unit, the lumen per square foot, or foot-candle, has become obsolete.

    一种较老的单位是每平方米英尺的流明数,即英寸烛光,这种单位已经废除。

  11. A foot specialist may recommend an orthotic device, which is a sophisticated arch support, custom made

    足部专科可建议矫正装置,这是一个复杂的拱支持,定制的足部结构,病人的脚。

  12. He has athlete's foot.

    他患有香港脚。

  13. My throat [ foot ] tickles.

    我的喉咙[脚]发痒。

  14. My foot [ nose ] tickles.

    我的脚[鼻子]痒。

  15. Three Dimensional Morphological Study of the Foot Transverse Arch Between Normal and Hallux Valgus Foot

    正常足与踇外翻足的足横弓三维形态比较

  16. Huge limbs stout, male beast left foot forward, females right foot forward, whichever is symmetrical.

    四肢硕大粗壮,雄兽左足向前,雌兽右脚向前,取其对称。

  17. I go to school on foot, then by underground , then by bus , then on foot.

    我步行去上学,在地下然后,坐公共汽车然后,然后步行。

  18. Benefits: effective moisturizing foot, improve rough skin, clear ringworm, athlete's foot, inhibition

    产品功效:有效滋润足部,改善皮肤粗糙,清楚脚癣、脚气,抑制真菌感染。

  19. My left hand to my right foot and my right hand to my left foot.

    我的左手到右脚,右手到左脚。

  20. The traversing is on foot refers to, mainly depending in foot walks on foot in the region completes the

    徒步穿越是指,在徒步区域里主要靠徒步行走去完成起点到终点的穿越里程。

  21. His left foot was average .

    他左脚技术一般。

  22. I should foot the bill?

    而且我要为此买单?

  23. Dead Sea foot Mask Natural and unique ingredients for deep cleaning and rebalancing foot skin tone.

    自然而独特的死海泥足膜,可以深层清洁足部皮肤,平衡肌肤水分。

  24. Hand, foot and mouth disease ;

    手足口病;流行病学;

  25. Like th'other foot, obliquely run ;

    像另一只脚,斜走侧踮。

  26. Let me foot the bill.

    我们各自付账。

  27. He kissed the hare's foot.

    他吻了兔子的脚。

  28. She stamped her foot again .

    她又跺了跺脚。

  29. I went home on foot.

    我走路回家。

  30. Latest auto presser foot mechanism ;

    新型的自动抬压脚机构;

  31. He walked with heavy foot.

    他用沉重的脚步走路。

  32. Foot-Binding in Ancient China

    中国古代缠足略说

  33. They planted peppers, peanuts and Green peas at the foot of the foot of the mountains .

    他们在山脚下种植了胡椒、花生和绿豌豆。

  34. The right foot placed on the brake pedal will increase the risk of foot injury evidently ;

    右脚放在刹车踏板上会使得右脚损伤风险明显加大;

  35. Churchill stands with one foot on British land at the embassy and the other foot in Washington .

    雕塑上的丘吉尔一只脚踩在英国大使馆的领地上,另一只脚踩在华盛顿的土地上。

  36. Do not worry if you should step with the left foot here or the right foot there.

    别担心你左脚在这里动作不对或者在那里右脚又出错了。

  37. Secondly, diabetic peripheral neuropathy related to soft tissue of foot muscle atrophy due to increased

    其次是糖尿病周围神经病变相关的足部肌肉软组织萎缩导致的足部畸形增多。

  38. You took the right foot up.

    但你抬起了右脚。

  39. My right foot hit the pole.

    我的右脚碰到了杆子。

  40. Nowadays people like travelling on foot.

    现在人们喜欢徒步旅行。

foot中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
脚;足
Your feet are the parts of your body that are at the ends of your legs, and that you stand on.
  1. She stamped her foot again.

    她又跺了跺脚。

  2. ...a foot injury.

    足伤

  3. ...his aching arms and sore feet.

    他的疼痛的胳膊和酸痛的脚

2
最下部;基部;底部
The foot of something is the part that is farthest from its top.
  1. David called to the children from the foot of the stairs...

    戴维在楼梯下面喊孩子们。

  2. ...the foot of Highgate Hill...

    海格特山脚下

  3. A single word at the foot of a page caught her eye.

    其中一页底部的一个字吸引了她的注意。

3
床尾;床脚
The foot of a bed is the end nearest to the feet of the person lying in it.
  1. Friends stood at the foot of the bed, looking at her with serious faces.

    朋友们站在床脚处,神情严肃地看着她。

4
英尺(相当于 12 英寸或 30.48 厘米)
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'.
  1. This beautiful and curiously shaped lake lies at around fifteen thousand feet...

    这个形状奇特的美丽湖泊周长约有15,000英尺。

  2. ...a shopping and leisure complex of one million square feet...

    占地100万平方英尺的购物休闲中心

  3. He occupies a cell 10 foot long, 6 foot wide and 10 foot high...

    他住在一个长 10 英尺、宽 6 英尺、高 10 英尺的小房间里。

  4. I have to give my height in feet and inches.

    我得报出自己的身高是几英尺几英寸。

5
(刹车或泵)用脚操作的,脚踏的
A foot brake or foot pump is operated by your foot rather than by your hand.
  1. I tried to reach the foot brakes but I couldn't.

    我试图去够脚刹,但是没能踩到。

6
(巡逻队)步行的;步(兵)的
A foot patrol or foot soldiers walk rather than travelling in vehicles or on horseback.
  1. Paratroopers and foot-soldiers entered the building on the government's behalf.

    伞兵和步兵代表政府进入大楼。

7
(诗歌的)音步
In poetry, a foot is one of the basic units of rhythm into which a line is divided.
8
害怕;胆怯;裹足不前
If you get cold feet about something, you become nervous or frightened about it because you think it will fail.
  1. The Government is getting cold feet about the reforms.

    政府对改革缩手缩脚。

9
站稳脚跟;变得自信;能独立行动
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.
  1. I don't know anyone in England but I am sure I will manage when I find my feet...

    我在英格兰不认识什么人,但是我相信自己一旦站稳脚跟就可以独当一面。

  2. Once he had found his feet he was able to deal with any problem.

    他一旦变得自信了就能够处理任何问题。

10
脚踏实地;踏踏实实
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.
  1. In that respect he needs to keep his feet on the ground and not get carried away...

    在那一方面他需要脚踏实地,不能飘飘然。

  2. Kevin was always level-headed with both feet on the ground.

    凯文总是头脑冷静,脚踏实地。

11
步行;走路去
If you go somewhere on foot, you walk, rather than using any form of transport.
  1. We rowed ashore, then explored the island on foot for the rest of the day.

    我们划船到了岸边,之后余下的时间步行在岛上探险。

12
站立;站着
If you are on your feet, you are standing up.
  1. Everyone was on their feet applauding wildly.

    每个人都站起身来热烈鼓掌。

13
恢复体力;身体康复
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.
  1. You need someone to take the pressure off and help you get back on your feet...

    你需要有人为你分担压力,帮你恢复元气。

  2. He said they all needed to work together to put the country on its feet again.

    他说他们都需要通力协作以使国家恢复元气。

14
运气好;走运
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.
  1. He has good looks and charm, and always falls on his feet...

    他长得很帅,也有魅力,总是走好运。

  2. While I struggle through life, she lands on her feet.

    在我挣扎过活的时候,她却运气亨通。

15
一只脚踏进了坟墓;行将就木
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.
16
情况完全逆转;事实恰恰相反
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.
  1. You're not in a position to remove me. The boot is now on the other foot.

    你没有权力开除我。相反,我现在可以开除你。

17
全力以赴;尽最大努力
If you put your best foot forward, you act in a cheerful, determined way.
  1. Put your best foot forward and work on the assumption that there is an acceptable solution to every problem you are likely to face.

    要尽力而为,要相信你可能遇到的每一个问题都会有一个适当的解决方案。

18
拿定主意阻止;执意反对
If someone puts their foot down, they use their authority in order to stop something happening.
  1. He had planned to go skiing on his own in March but his wife had decided to put her foot down.

    他原本打算在 3 月独自去滑雪,但是他的太太决定让他打消这个念头。

19
猛踩油门;开快车
If someone puts their foot down when they are driving, they drive as fast as they can.
  1. I asked the driver to put his foot down for Nagchukha.

    我要求司机加大油门去那曲。

20
(行为或言语)使人尴尬,冒犯别人
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.
  1. Our chairman has really put his foot in it, poor man, though he doesn't know it.

    我们的主席真的让人很尴尬,可怜的人,尽管他自己没意识到。

21
(尤指架起双脚)坐下(或躺下)休息,放松
If you put your feet up, you relax or have a rest, especially by sitting or lying with your feet supported off the ground.
  1. After supper he'd put his feet up and read. It was a pleasant prospect.

    晚饭后他会支起双腿,歇一歇,看看书。那真是件很惬意的事情。

22
做错事;犯错误
If you never put a foot wrong, you never make any mistakes.
  1. When he's around, we never put a foot wrong...

    他在的时候,我们从来不会出错。

  2. He hardly put a foot wrong in defence and was fine in attack.

    他防守的时候几乎滴水不漏,进攻也很出色。

23
踏上,涉足(某地)
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.
  1. ...the day the first man set foot on the moon...

    人类首次登上月球的那一天

  2. A little later I left that place and never set foot in Texas again.

    之后没多久我离开了那个地方,从此再也没有回过得克萨斯。

24
自食其力;独立
If someone has to stand on their own two feet, they have to be independent and manage their lives without help from other people.
  1. 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.

    只要我能够自食其力,不依附于自己的丈夫,嫁给谁我父亲倒是并不介意。

25
站起;起身
If you get or rise to your feet, you stand up.
  1. Malone got to his feet and followed his superior out of the suite...

    马隆站起身来,跟在他的上司后面走出了套房。

  2. The delegates cheered and rose to their feet...

    代表们欢呼着站起身来。

  3. He sprang to his feet and ran outside.

    他嗖的一下子站起身来跑了出去。

26
缠人;碍手碍脚
If you say that someone is under your feet, you are annoyed because they are with you or near you, and are bothering you.
  1. The children were running about under everybody's feet.

    孩子们在周围乱跑,让所有人都很烦。

27
一开始就不对;出师不利
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.
  1. Even though they called the election and had been preparing for it for some time, they got off on the wrong foot.

    尽管他们召集了选举,也为此做了一段时间的准备,但是一开始就走错了。

foot用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
身体部位
part of body
2
(人或动物的)脚,足
the lowest part of the leg, below the ankle, on which a person or an animal stands
3
我的脚疼。
My feet are aching.
4
起立
to get/rise to your feet (= stand up)
5
我一整天没歇脚。
I've been on my feet (= standing or walking around) all day.
6
我们是走来的。
We came on foot (= we walked) .
7
赤脚在房子四处走来走去
walking around the house in bare feet (= not wearing shoes or socks)
8
请在垫子上蹭一蹭脚。
Please wipe your feet (= your shoes) on the mat.
9
脚踏泵
a foot pump (= operated using your foot, not your hand)
10
步行旅客(无车上渡船者)
a foot passenger (= one who travels on a ferry without a car)
11
…脚
-footed
12
构成形容词和副词
in adjectives and adverbs
13
有…脚(或足的);有…只脚(的);用…脚(或足的)
having or using the type or number of foot/feet mentioned
14
赤脚
bare-footed
15
四足的
four-footed
16
踢入球门一角的左脚一记抽射
a left-footed shot into the corner
17
袜子部分
part of sock
18
(袜子的)足部
the part of a sock, stocking , etc. that covers the foot
19
基础;底部
base/bottom
20
最下部;基础;底部
the lowest part of sth; the base or bottom of sth
21
楼梯底部;页末;山脚
the foot of the stairs/page/mountain
22
护士在床脚上挂了一张表。
The nurse hung a chart at the foot of the bed (= the part of the bed where your feet normally are when you are lying in it) .
23
计量
measurement
24
英尺(= 12英寸或30.48厘米)
a unit for measuring length equal to 12 inches or 30.48 centimetres
25
6英尺高的墙
a 6-foot high wall
26
我们在35 000英尺高空飞行。
We're flying at 35 000 feet.
27
“你多高?”“五英尺九英寸。”
‘How tall are you?’ ‘Five foot nine (= five feet and nine inches) .’
28
…英尺高(或长)者
-footer
29
构成复合名词
in compound nouns
30
…英尺高的人(或东西);…英尺长的东西
a person or thing that is a particular number of feet tall or long
31
他的小船长十八英尺。
His boat is an eighteen-footer.
32
诗歌
in poetry
33
音步(诗行中的节奏单位,每个音步中有一个重读音节)
a unit of rhythm in a line of poetry containing one stressed syllable and one or more syllables without stress. Each of the four divisions in the following line is a foot .
34
(此诗行四个部分有四个音步)
For men/may come/and men/may go.
35
忙得不可开交;要做太多的事
to be extremely busy; to have too many things to do
36
特别走运;安然脱离困境;幸免于难
to be lucky in finding yourself in a good situation, or in getting out of a difficult situation
37
脚先着地
with your feet touching the ground before any other part of your body
38
他落地时双脚先着地。
He landed feet first.
39
伸腿离开某地(指死去)
if you leave a place feet first , you are carried out after you are dead
40
想把我撵走,除非让我横着出去!
You'll have to carry me out feet first!
41
设法加入,涉足(某组织、行业等)
to manage to enter an organization, a field of business, etc. that could bring you success
42
我一直想做电视工作,但花了两年才进了这个圈子。
I always wanted to work in TV but it took me two years to get a foot in the door.
43
开始时关系良好 / 不好
to start a relationship well/badly
44
看来我和新老板的关系一开头就不好。
I seem to have got off on the wrong foot with the new boss.
45
初次涉足;开始做(新鲜的事情)
to start doing sth that is new for you
46
那时他还是个年轻演员,才初出茅庐。
At that time he was a young actor, just getting his feet wet.
47
品格上有缺陷(或弱点)
to have a fault or weakness in your character
48
实事求是;脚踏实地
to have a sensible and realistic attitude to life
49
脚踩两只船
to be involved in or connected with two different or opposing groups
50
行将就木;命不久矣;大去之期不远
to be so old or ill/sick that you are not likely to live much longer
51
(完全不同意对方所说)胡说八道
a strong way of saying that you disagree completely with what has just been said
52
“伊恩不能来,因为他累了。”“累个屁!说懒还差不多!”
‘Ian can't come because he's tired.’ ‘Tired my foot! Lazy more like!’
53
(困境后)恢复,完全复原;(病后)痊愈
completely well or in a normal state again after an illness or a time of trouble
54
休手术后又恢复健康了。
Sue's back on her feet again after her operation.
55
新董事长希望在六个月以内使公司恢复元气。
The new chairman hopes to get the company back on its feet within six months.
56
竭尽全力;全力以赴
to make a great effort to do sth, especially if it is difficult or you are feeling tired
57
(尤指架起双腿)坐下休息
to sit down and relax, especially with your feet raised and supported
58
辛劳一天后回家架起双腿休息是很惬意的。
After a hard day's work, it's nice to get home and put your feet up.
59
坚决制止;执意反对
to be very strict in opposing what sb wishes to do
60
你得坚决制止他再见她。
You've got to put your foot down and make him stop seeing her.
61
踩油门;加速行驶
to drive faster
62
她猛踩油门,从他们旁边呼啸而过。
She put her foot down and roared past them.
63
(在语言或行为上)使人不安,冒犯别人,使人尴尬
to say or do sth that upsets, offends or embarrasses sb
64
我真的冒犯了埃拉——我不知道她和汤姆分手了。
I really put my foot in it with Ella─I didn't know she'd split up with Tom.
65
通常用于否定句
usually used in negative sentences
66
犯错误;做错事
to make a mistake
67
他在上两局比赛中几乎一点错都没有出。
In the last two games he has hardly put a foot wrong.
68
进入,访问,参观(某地)
to enter or visit a place
69
第一个登上月球的人
the first man to set foot on the moon
70
我发誓再不去那个地方了。
I vowed never to set foot in the place again.
71
使独立;使成功
to make sb/sth independent or successful
72
他的经营意识使俱乐部又重振雄风。
His business sense helped set the club on its feet again.
73
自立;独立
to be independent and able to take care of yourself
74
他的父母去世后他不得不学会自立。
When his parents died he had to learn to stand on his own two feet.
75
阻碍,妨碍(工作等);碍手碍脚
in the way; stopping you from working, etc.
76
我做饭时不希望你们这些孩子在我这儿碍手碍脚的。
I don't want you kids under my feet while I'm cooking.
77
情况正好相反;宾主易位
used to say that a situation has changed so that sb now has power or authority over the person who used to have power or authority over them
78
临阵胆怯;畏缩
to suddenly become nervous about doing sth that you had planned to do
79
他本来是想向她提出邀请的,可事到临头他却胆怯得什么也没有说。
He was going to ask her but he got cold feet and said nothing.
80
故意拖拉;故意延迟(作出决定)
to be deliberately slow in doing sth or in making a decision
81
已能独立而有信心地工作;已适应新环境
to become able to act independently and with confidence
82
我最近才加入这家公司,所以还在适应过程中。
I only recently joined the firm so I'm still finding my feet.
83
(做事)不拖拉,不磨洋工
to not delay in getting things done
84
挖某人的墙脚;破坏某人的计划;拆某人的台
to suddenly spoil sb's idea or plan by doing sth to stop them from continuing with it
85
捆绑住某人的手脚
to tie sb's hands and feet together so that they cannot move or escape
86
用条条框框限制某人
to prevent sb from doing what they want by creating rules, restrictions, etc.
87
从头到脚;遍布全身
covering your whole body
88
我们浑身是泥。
We were covered from head to foot in mud.
89
渴望旅行(或换个地方、做别的事)
to want to travel or move to a different place; to want to do sth different
90
(尤指跳舞或体育运动时)非常笨拙,笨手笨脚
to be very awkward in your movements, especially when you are dancing or playing a sport
91
(用于想要或即将有孩子时)小宝宝的脚步声
a way of referring to children when sb wants, or is going to have, a baby
92
我们恨不得早点有个小宝宝。
We can't wait to hear the patter of tiny feet.
93
突然停止帮助(或支援)
to take help or support away from sb suddenly
94
搬起石头砸自己的脚
to do or say sth that will cause you a lot of trouble or harm, especially when you are trying to get an advantage for yourself
95
崇拜;拜倒在某人脚下
to admire sb very much, especially a teacher or sb from whom you try to learn
96
只穿袜不穿鞋
wearing socks or stockings but not shoes
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使某人立刻迷上自己;使某人对自己一见倾心
to make sb fall suddenly and deeply in love with you
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思维敏捷;反应迅速
to be able to think and react to things very quickly and effectively without any preparation
99
用脚投票(用去或不去某处表示想法)
to show what you think about sth by going or not going somewhere
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购物者对那家商店避而远之。
Shoppers voted with their feet and avoided the store.
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过分照顾;让…饭来张口,衣来伸手
to take care of sb's needs so well that they do not have to do anything for themselves
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使走得筋疲力尽
to make sb walk so far or so fast that they are very tired
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(尤指疲乏时)坐下歇歇脚,坐下喘口气
to sit down and rest, especially when you are tired
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来坐下歇一会儿吧。
Come and sit down and take the weight off your feet for a while.
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功成名就;为世人仰慕
to be very successful and admired
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负担费用
to be responsible for paying the cost of sth
107
这一次掏腰包的又得是纳税人。
Once again it will be the taxpayer who has to foot the bill.
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以上各词均指底部、最下部。
These are all words for the lowest part of sth.
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指底部、最下部:
[usually sing.] the lowest part of sth
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脚注附于每页的下端。
Footnotes are given at the bottom of each page.
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我在山脚下等他们。
I waited for them at the bottom of the hill.
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指根基、基底、底座:
[usually sing.] the lowest part of sth, especially the part or surface on which it rests or stands
113
这台灯的底座很沉。
The lamp has a heavy base.
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指地基、房基、基础:
[usually pl.] a layer of bricks, concrete, etc. that forms the solid underground base of a building
115
给新校舍打地基
to lay the foundations of the new school
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指最下部、底部:
[sing.] the lowest part of sth
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她在楼梯底转过身来面对着他。
At the foot of the stairs she turned to face him.
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用bottom还是foot?
bottom or foot?
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foot用于有限的一些事物,最常与tree、hill/mountain、steps/stairs和page等连用。bottom适用的范围要广得多,其中也包括上面提到的与foot搭配的词。foot一般用于文学性较强的语境中。
Foot is used to talk about a limited number of things: it is used most often with tree , hill/mountain , steps/stairs and page . Bottom can be used to talk about a much wider range of things, including those mentioned above for foot . Foot is generally used in more literary contexts.
foot英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
travel by walking
例子:
  1. he followed on foot
  2. the swiftest of foot
2
the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings

近义词: animal foot

3
any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates

近义词: invertebrate foot

4
a support resembling a pedal extremity
例子:
  1. one foot of the chair was on the carpet
5
lowest support of a structure
例子:
  1. it was built on a base of solid rock
  2. he stood at the foot of the tower

近义词: foundation,base,fundament,groundwork,substructure,understructure

6
the part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint
例子:
  1. his bare feet projected from his trousers
  2. armored from head to foot

近义词: human foot,pes

7
(prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm

近义词: metrical foot,metrical unit

8
an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot
例子:
  1. there came ten thousand horsemen and as many fully-armed foot

近义词: infantry

9
the lower part of anything
例子:
  1. curled up on the foot of the bed
  2. the foot of the page
  3. the foot of the list
  4. the foot of the mountain
10
a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger
11
a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard
例子:
  1. he is six feet tall

近义词: ft

12
add a column of numbers

近义词: foot up

13
walk
例子:
  1. let's hoof it to the disco

近义词: leg it,hoof,hoof it

14
pay for something
例子:
  1. pick up the tab
  2. pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages
  3. foot the bill

近义词: pick