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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis heel reiškia In 1) kulnas; 2) aukštas užkulnis; at/on/upon one's heelsįkandin; down at heel išklypęs (apie batą); to kick/cool one's heels priversti ką laukti; to take to one's heels pasprukti; to turn on one's heels greitai apsisukti (ir išeiti); head over heels 1) a lietuviškai.

Heel tarimas:

  • /hi:l/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The rounded posterior portion of the human foot under and behind the ankle.
  • noun: The corresponding part of the hind foot of other vertebrates.
  • noun: A similar anatomical part, such as the fleshy rounded base of the human palm or the hind toe of a bird.
  • noun: The part, as of a sock, shoe, or stocking, that covers the rounded posterior portion of the human foot.
  • noun: The built-up portion of a shoe or boot, supporting the heel.
  • noun: One of the crusty ends of a loaf of bread.
  • noun: The lower or rearward part, as:
  • noun: The part of the head of a golf club where it joins the shaft.
  • noun: The end of a violin bow where the handle is located.
  • noun: Nautical The lower end of a mast.
  • noun: Nautical The after end of a ship's keel.
  • noun: Botany The basal end of a plant cutting or tuber used in propagation.
  • noun: Oppression; tyranny: under the heel of Stalinism; the heel of an autocrat.
  • noun: Informal A dishonorable man; a cad.
  • verb-transitive: To furnish with a heel or heels.
  • verb-transitive: To repair or replace the heels, as for shoes.
  • verb-transitive: Slang To furnish, especially with money.
  • verb-transitive: To arm (a gamecock) with gaffs.
  • verb-transitive: To press or strike with the heel: heel a horse.
  • verb-intransitive: To follow at one's heels: The dog won't heel.
  • idiom: down at the heels Having one's shoe heels worn down.
  • idiom: down at the heels Shabby; rundown; poor.
  • idiom: lay by the heels To put in fetters or shackles; imprison.
  • idiom: on Directly behind.
  • idiom: on Immediately following.
  • idiom: heel Having holes in one's socks or shoes.
  • idiom: heel Rundown; shabby; seedy.
  • idiom: take to (one's) heels To run away; flee.
  • idiom: to heel Close behind: The hound followed his master to heel.
  • idiom: to heel Under discipline or control: The army swiftly brought the rebels to heel.
  • verb-transitive: To tilt or cause to tilt to one side.
  • noun: A tilt, as of a boat, to one side.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • aukštas užkulnis
  • at/on/upon one's heelsįkandin
  • down at heel išklypęs (apie batą)
  • to kick/cool one's heels priversti ką laukti
  • to take to one's heels pasprukti
  • to turn on one's heels greitai apsisukti (ir išeiti)
  • In
  • kulnas
  • head over heels
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