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dead {adj} [tree, branch, skin cells, etc.; also: numb (foot, fingers, etc)]
388
abgestorben [tot (Baum, Ast, Hautzellen etc.); auch: ohne Empfindung (Fuß, Finger etc.)]
art [painted with a brush in one's mouth or foot] {adj}mund- oder fußgemalt
pedomotive {adj} [moved by foot power]Tret- [durch den Fuß angetrieben]
shooting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. angle, distance, foot, position]Schuss- [z. B. Winkel, Entfernung, Bein, Position]
med. zool. tetradactylous {adj} [foot]vierzehig
traveling {adj} {pres-p} [Am.] [esp. on foot; also fig.]wandernd [auch fig.]
Verbs
to ford [on foot]
101
durchwaten
to scuff sth. [poke at sth. with one's foot] [Am.]
23
etw. antippen [mit dem Fuß]
to cruise [on foot]
20
herumwandern
to crush sth. [under foot]
5
etw.Akk. zertreten
Nouns
sports race [on foot]
115
Wettrennen {n}
indentation [print, i.e. of foot, shoe]
73
Abdruck {m}
bottom [of a foot]
69
Fußsohle {f}
anat. instep [part of the foot]
56
Fußrücken {m}
anat. ball [of hand, foot, toes]
54
Ballen {m} [Hand, Fuß, Zehen]
automot. accelerator [foot pedal]
44
Fahrpedal {n}
anat. sole [foot] [Planta pedis]
28
Fußfläche {f} [Fußsohle]
kick [foot]
14
Fußtritt {m}
tootsie [coll.] [foot]
13
Füßchen {n}
race [on foot] [also fig.]
8
Jagd {f} [Wettlauf] [auch fig.]
lit. foot [metrical foot]
7
Versfuß {m}
sports sidefoot [inside of the foot]
7
Innenrist {m}
hist. bilboes {pl} [usually pl.] [iron bar used as a foot restraint]
6
Fußeisen {n} {pl}
footpad [archaic] [highwayman on foot]
6
Strauchdieb {m} [veraltet]
tootsy [coll.] [foot]
6
Füßchen {n}
med. restraint [for wrist, foot, etc. to prevent motion, used only nights]
5
Nachtschiene {f}
sports [kick with the outside of the foot]Außenristschuss {m}
unit cusec [short for: cubic foot per second] <cu ft/s, ft3/sec, cfs>Kubikfuß {m} je Sekunde
med. epidermophyton [causes e.g. Tinea cruris, athlete's foot]Epidermophyt {m} [krankheitserregender Hautpilz]
naut. footrope [also: foot rope]Fußpferd {n} [bei Segelschiffen: Tau, auf dem die Seeleute stehen]
zool. hindfoot [spv.] [hind foot]Hinterfuß {m}
med. hypodactyly [The condition of having fewer than five digits on a foot.]Zehenminderzahl {f} [angeboren]
mil. paddlefoot [Am.] [military sl.] [also: paddle-foot] [infantryman]Landser {m} [ugs.] [Infanterist]
mil. paddlefoot [Am.] [military sl.] [also: paddle-foot] [infantryman]Sandlatscher {m} [ugs.] [Infanterist]
med. tetradactyly [of foot]Vierzehigkeit {f}
sports trivela [also: Trivela] [kick using the outside (three toes) of the foot]Trivela {f} [Schuss mit dem Außenrist]
constr. traffic tunnel [for vehicle or foot traffic]Tunnelbauwerk {n}
2 Words: Others
broad-footed {adj} [one foot]mit breitem Fuß [nachgestellt]
broad-footed {adj} [one foot]mit breitem Fuße [veraltend] [nachgestellt]
foot-high {adj} [literal] [about as high as a foot]fußhoch
cosmet. odour-eating {adj} [Br.] [against foot odour]gegen Fußgeruch [nachgestellt]
2 Words: Verbs
to carry sb./sth. away [carry off (on foot)]jdn./etw. wegtragen
2 Words: Nouns
furn. ball foot [round bun foot]Kugelfuß {m}
unit board feet[Holzmaß: Plural von board foot, q.v.]
sports chip time [net time in a foot race]Nettozeit {f} [Lauf]
med. club-foot [rare spv.] [club foot]Klumpfuß {m}
tech. floor switch [foot switch]Fußschalter {m}
comm. foot post [person delivering letters on foot][zu Fuß gehender Briefträger]
comm. foot post [postal delivery service that delivers on foot][Postdienst, der Post zu Fuß liefert]
med. foot salvage [e.g. diabetic foot]Fußerhalt {m} [z. B. bei diabetischem Fuß]
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