Definition of lead foot in English:

lead foot

Syllabification: lead foot
Pronunciation: /ˈled ˌfo͝ot
 
/

noun

[in singular] informal
A tendency to drive fast: she drives with a lead foot
More example sentences
  • I did lose my driver's license in college because of a lead foot.
  • They say I've a lead foot… and my truck only goes to 90…
  • Drag racing may look easy, but he contradicts the notion that the straight-line sport requires little more than a lead foot and a strong constitution.

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