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  1. heel

    • IPA[hiːl]

    英式

    • n.
      the back part of the human foot below the ankle.;the back part of the foot in vertebrate animals.
    • v.
      fit or renew a heel on (a shoe or boot);(of a dog) follow closely behind its owner
    • excl
      a command to a dog to walk close behind its owner.
    • noun: heel, plural noun: heels

    • verb: heel, 3rd person present: heels, gerund or present participle: heeling, past tense: heeled, past participle: heeled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the back part of the human foot below the ankle.
    • 2. the back part of the foot in vertebrate animals.
    • 3. the part of a shoe or boot supporting the heel:

      shoes with low heels

    • 4. the part of a sock covering the heel.
    • 5. high-heeled shoes.
    • 6. the part of the palm of the hand next to the wrist:

      he rubbed the heel of his hand against the window

    • 7. the end of a violin bow at which it is held.
    • 8. the part of the head of a golf club nearest the shaft.
    • 9. a piece of the main stem of a plant left attached to the base of a cutting.
    • 10. a crusty end of a loaf of bread, or the rind of a cheese.
    • 11. an inconsiderate or untrustworthy person:

      what kind of a heel do you think I am?

    • 12. (in professional wrestling) a wrestler who adopts a mean or unsympathetic persona in the ring:

      he played the perfect wrestling heel, arrogant, overly aggressive, yet the first to run away when the odds are not in his favour

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. fit or renew a heel on (a shoe or boot):

      they were soling and heeling heavy working boots

    • 2. (of a dog) follow closely behind its owner:

      these dogs are born with the instinctive urge to heel

    • 3. strike (the ball) with the heel of the club.
    • 4. push or kick (the ball) out of the back of the scrum with one's heel:

      the ball was eventually heeled out

    • 5. touch the ground with the heel when dancing:

      they got into lines and began to heel, toe, and then jump together

    • excl
    • 1. a command to a dog to walk close behind its owner.
    • n. a moderately high straight-sided heel on a shoe or boot.

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    • n. the calcaneus.

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    • n. a weakness or vulnerable point:

    • the Achilles heel of the case for nuclear power remains the issue of the disposal of waste

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    • n. a small shop or stall where shoes are repaired, especially while the customer waits.

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    • IPA[hēl]

    美式

    • n.
      the back part of the human foot below the ankle.
    • v.
      fit or renew a heel on (a shoe or boot):
    • they were soling and heeling heavy working boots
    • excl
      a command to a dog to walk close behind its owner.

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    • IPA[hēl]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a boat or ship) be tilted temporarily by the pressure of wind or by an uneven distribution of weight on board:
    • the boat heeled in the freshening breeze

      the Mary Rose heeled over and sank in 1545

    • n.
      an instance of a ship heeling.

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    英式

    • v.
      (of a boat or ship) lean over owing to the pressure of wind or an uneven load:
    • the boat heeled in the freshening breeze

      the Mary Rose heeled over and sank in 1545

    • n.
      an instance of a ship heeling.

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    • IPA[hēl]

    美式

    • v.
      set a plant in the ground and cover its roots.

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    • IPA[hiːl]

    英式

    • v.
      set a plant in the ground and cover its roots:
    • the plants can be heeled in together in a sheltered spot

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  2. 知識+

    • 為什麼是“chinese” high heels

      Chinese high heels 就是踩高蹺, 有意思吧! 2011-11-25 17:22:55 補充: high heels 是指一般的高跟鞋, 就是一般女生在穿的那一種. 而Chinese high heels 則是有時在民俗慶典或童玩節等會看到的中國民俗技藝 踩高蹺.

    • 英翻中heel turned out to be very

      heel也等於high heel 也就是高跟鞋的意思 turn(ed) out to be = xxx 的結果 handy = 便利, 好用, 靈活的 這整句的意思是 高跟鞋最後有派上用場 (也要看它是在講什麼)

    • 誰知道head over heels的英文解釋?

      誰知道head over heels的英文解釋?這是一個慣用語, 而且 head over heels = heels over head...