|1.||the plural of foot|
|2.||at someone's feet as someone's disciple|
|3.||be run off one's feet, be rushed off one's feet to be very busy|
|4.||carry off one's feet, sweep off one's feet to fill with enthusiasm|
|5.||feet of clay a weakness that is not widely known|
|6.||get one's feet wet to begin to participate in something|
|7.||have one's feet on the ground, keep one's feet on the ground to be practical and reliable|
|8.||on one's feet, on its feet|
|a. standing up|
|b. in good health|
|c. (of a business, company, etc) thriving|
|9.||put one's feet up to rest|
|10.||stand on one's own feet to be independent|
n. pl. feet (fēt)
The lower extremity of the vertebrate leg that is in direct contact with the ground in standing or walking.
A unit of length in the U.S. Customary and British Imperial systems equal to 12 inches (30.48 centimeters).