pronunciation: IPA: /fʊt/ fʊt , SAMPA: fUt /fUt/            

Translations into Tamil:

  • பாதம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: pātam]
    Foot, as of a person or animal, one of five karumēntiriyam
  • அடி   
    (noun, ijec   ) [phon: aṭi]
  • அடிவாரம்   
    (noun   )
    Foot, as of a mountain
  • தாழ்வு   
    (noun   ) [phon: tāḻvu]
    Foot, as of a mountain
  • அங்கிரி   
    (noun   ) [phon: aṅkiri]
  • அடித்தலம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: aṭi-t-talam]
  • கழல்   
    (noun   ) [phon: kaḻal]
  • கால்   
    (noun   )
  • கிழக்கு   
    (noun   ) [phon: kiḻakku]
  • கீழிடம்   
  • சரணம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: caraṇam]
  • சலனம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: calaṉam]
  • சலன்   
    (noun   ) [phon: calaṉ]
  • தாள்   
    (noun   ) [phon: tāḷ]
  • பதம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: patam]
  • மூலம்   
    (noun   ) [phon: mūlam]

Other meanings:

(countable) A biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion and that is frequently a separate organ at the terminal part of the leg. <sup>transl.</sup>
(transitive) To use the foot to kick (usually a ball).
(countable) The end of a rectangular table opposite the head. <sup>coord.</sup>
A unit of measurement equal to twelve inches and one third of a yard (or exactly 30.48 centimetres).
bottom of anything {{jump|t|base
(linguistics, transitive) To parse into metrical feet.
part of human body {{jump|t|human body part
(countable, phonology) The parsing of syllables into prosodic constituents, which are used to determine the placement of stress in languages along with the notions of constituent heads.
(countable, botany) In a bryophyte, that portion of a sporophyte which remains embedded within and attached to the parent gametophyte plant.
the base (of a mountain)
(countable, cigars) The end of a cigar which is lit, and usually cut before lighting.
foot (of mountain)
The lowest support of a structure.
(countable, molecular biology) The globular lower domain of a protein. <sup>coord.</sup>
(countable, geometry) The foot of a line perpendicular to a given line is the point where the lines intersect.
(countable, anatomy) Specifically, a human foot, which is found below the ankle and is used for standing and walking. <sup>transl.</sup>
projection on equipment {{jump|t|support
part of animal’s body {{jump|t|body part
(countable, nautical) The bottom edge of a sail. <sup>coord.</sup> <sup> transl.</sup>
(countable) A unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres. <sup>usage</sup> <sup> coord.</sup>
(transitive) To pay (a bill).
(military, plural only; not used in singular form) Foot soldiers; infantry. <sup>coord.</sup>
(countable, malacology) The muscular part of a bivalve mollusc by which it moves or holds its position on a surface.
The part of a human’s body below the ankle that is used in order to stand and walk.
(countable) A short foot-like projection on the bottom of an object to support it. <sup>transl.</sup>
(countable, billiards) The end of a billiard or pool table behind the foot point where the balls are racked.
measure of rhythm {{jump|t|measure of rhythm
unit of measure {{jump|t|unit of length|u|co
(countable) The base or bottom of anything. <sup>transl.</sup>
bottom edge of a sail {{jump|t|bottom edge of a sail
(uncountable, often used attributively) Travel by walking.
To total amounts vertically. The resulting sum can be checked against a total obtained by cross-footing (adding amounts horizontally).
(countable) The part of a flat surface on which the feet customarily rest.
(countable, printing) The bottommost part of a typed or printed page. <sup>coord.</sup>
(countable, sewing) The part of a sewing machine which presses downward on the fabric, and may also serve to move it forward.
(countable, prosody) The basic measure of rhythm in a poem. <sup>transl.</sup>

Similar phrases in dictionary English Tamil. (31)

a foot-ornament
காலணிவகை; பாதபாசம்
bird’s foot
cloven foot
cloven-footed animal
சப்பைக்கால்; மடக்குக்கால்
பித்தவெடிப்பு; புற்றுவெடிப்பு; பாதவெடிப்பு
foot soldier
பேதா; ஆள்; காலாள்
foot track
அடிச்சுவடு; தாரை
foot-and-mouth disease
கோமாரி நோய்; வாய்ச்சப்பை
வழி; கடவு; ஒற்றையடிப்பாதை; சிறுபதம்; பாதை
அடிச்சுவடு; பாதம்; காற்சுவடு
பாதசாரி; பதாதி; காலாள்
காலிராணுவம்; காலாட்படை
மோரா; மிதிபலகை; மணை; பாதபீடம்
இருப்பிடம்; தரிப்பு
goat’s-foot creeper
முசற்காது; குதிரைக்குளம்படி
lotus-like foot
திருவடித்தாமரை; சரணாரவிந்தம்; பாதகமலம்
lotus-red foot
metrical foot
சீர்; பதச்சேதம்
peacock’s-foot tree
மயிலடிக்குருந்து; குதேட்டி
running foot
தொடர்க் கீழ்க்குறிப்பு
set foot
கால்பாவு-தல்; கால்வைத்தல்
square foot
சதுரவடி; சதுரடி
tiger’s-foot bindweed
tinkling foot-rings
பாதச்சிலம்பு; நெகிழி
unfrequented foot-path
unlucky foot
web-footed bird

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Example sentences with "foot", translation memory

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en Supported area units: m‧ (square meter), mi‧ (square mile), Nmi‧ (square Nautical mile), in‧ (square inch), ft‧ (square foot), yd‧ (square yard), acre, ha (hectare
ta உதவி பரப்பு அலகுகள்: m‧ (square meter), mi‧ (square mile), Nmi‧ (square Nautical mile), in‧ (square inch), ft‧ (square foot), yd‧ (square yard), acre, ha (hectare
en Supported volume units: l (liter), tsp (teaspoon), tbs (tablespoon), oz (ounce liquid), cup, pt (pint), qt (quart), gal (gallone), barrel, m‧ (cubic meter), mi‧ (cubic mile), Nmi‧ (cubic Nautical mile), in‧ (cubic inch), ft‧ (cubic foot), yd‧ (cubic yard
ta உதவி தொகுதி அலகுகள்: l (liter), tsp (teaspoon), tbs (tablespoon), oz (ounce liquid), cup, pt (pint), qt (quart), gal (gallone), barrel, m‧ (cubic meter), mi‧ (cubic mile), Nmi‧ (cubic Nautical mile), in‧ (cubic inch), ft‧ (cubic foot), yd‧ (cubic yard
en Include text from foot-and endnotes
ta அடி மற்றும் நிறைவு குறிப்பில் இருந்து உரையை சேர்
en Supported energy units: J (Joule), e (erg), c (Thermodynamic calorie), cal (IT calorie), eV (electronvolt), HPh (Horsepower-hour), Wh (Watt-hour), flb (foot-pound), BTU
ta உதவி சக்தி அலகுகள்: J (Joule), e (erg), c (Thermodynamic calorie), cal (IT calorie), eV (electronvolt), HPh (Horsepower-hour), Wh (Watt-hour), flb (foot-pound), BTU
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