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toe British & World English

Any of the five digits at the end of the human foot

toe-in British & World English

A slight forward convergence of a pair of wheels so that they are closer together in front than behind

toe box British & World English

A piece of stiffened material between the lining and the toecap of a shoe

toe-out British & World English

A slight forward divergence of a pair of wheels so that they are closer together behind than in front

peep-toe British & World English

(Of a shoe) having the tip cut away to leave the large toe partially exposed

toe clip British & World English

A clip on a bicycle pedal to prevent the foot from slipping

toe loop British & World English

A jump, initiated with the help of the supporting foot, in which the skater makes a full turn in the air, taking off from and landing on the outside edge of the same foot

tippy-toe British & World English

Walk on the tips of one’s toes; tiptoe

toe to toe British & World English

(Of two people) standing directly in front of one another, especially in order to fight or argue

toe-curling British & World English

Very embarrassing or excessively sentimental

toe-tapping British & World English

(Of music) making one want to tap one’s feet; lively

hammer toe British & World English

A toe that is bent permanently downwards, typically as a result of pressure from footwear

little toe British & World English

The smallest toe, on the outer side of the foot

toe the line British & World English

Accept the authority, policies, or principles of a particular group, especially unwillingly

tic-tac-toe British & World English

North American term for noughts and crosses.

toe to toe in toe British & World English

(Of two people) standing directly in front of one another, especially in order to fight or argue

from head to toe British & World English

All over one’s body

dip one's toe into British & World English

Put one’s toe briefly in (water), typically to check the temperature

toe in/out in toe British & World English

Walk with the toes pointed in (or out)

toe the line in toe British & World English

Accept the authority, policies, or principles of a particular group, especially unwillingly

dip one's toe into in dip British & World English

Put one’s toe briefly in (water), typically to check the temperature

toecap British & World English

A piece of steel or leather constituting or fitted over the front part of a boot or shoe as protection or reinforcement

toehold British & World English

A small place where a person’s foot can be lodged to support them, especially while climbing

toerag British & World English

A contemptible or worthless person

tiptoe British & World English

Walk quietly and carefully with one’s heels raised and one’s weight on the balls of the feet

tiptoe round/around in tiptoe British & World English

Carefully avoid discussing or dealing with (a difficult or sensitive subject)

tick-tack-toe in tic-tac-toe British & World English

North American term for noughts and crosses.

dip one's toe into or in in dip British & World English

Put one’s toe briefly in (water), typically to check the temperature

toe English Thesaurus

unfamiliar situations keep us on our toes

toe English-Spanish

big toe English-Spanish

dedo masculine gordo (del pie)

toe cap English-Spanish

puntera feminine

great toe English-Spanish

dedo masculine gordo (del pie)

peep-toe English-Spanish

sin puntera

tippy-toe English-Spanish

→ tiptoe

toe clip English-Spanish

calapié masculine

little toe English-Spanish

dedo, dedo

toe-curling English-Spanish

bochornoso

toe-tapping English-Spanish

que invita a llevar el ritmo con los pies

tic-tac-toe English-Spanish

tres en raya masculine, tres en línea masculineColombia, ta-te-ti masculineRiver Plate area/Río de la Plata, gato masculineMexico/MéxicoChile


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