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  *登* | 登* | *登
to scale (a height) / to ascend / to mount / to publish or record / to enter (e.g. in a register) / to press down with the foot / to step or tread on / to put on (shoes or trousers) (dialect) / to be gathered and taken to the threshing ground (old)
  *撥* | 撥* | *撥
to push aside with the hand, foot, a stick etc / to dial / to allocate / to set aside (money) / to poke (the fire) / to pluck (a string instrument) / to turn round / classifier: group, batch
  *腳* | 腳* | *腳
foot / leg (of an animal or an object) / base (of an object) / CL: 雙|双, 隻|只 / classifier for kicks
  *頓* | 頓* | *頓
to stop / to pause / to arrange / to lay out / to kowtow / to stamp (one's foot) / at once / classifier for meals, beatings, scoldings etc: time, bout, spell, meal
  *足* | 足* | *足
foot / to be sufficient / ample
to go on foot / to walk
to be on foot
  *呎* | 呎* | *呎
foot (unit of length equal to 0.3048 m) / old form of modern 英尺
  *尺* | 尺* | *尺
a Chinese foot / one-third of a meter / a ruler / a tape-measure / one of the three acupoints for measuring pulse in Chinese medicine / CL: ,
  *徒* | 徒* | *徒
disciple / apprentice / believer / on foot / bare or empty / to no avail / only / prison sentence
  *掌* | 掌* | *掌
palm of the hand / sole of the foot / paw / horseshoe / to slap / to hold in one's hand / to wield
to walk / to go on foot
hand and foot / movement of limbs / action / trick / step in a procedure (CL: )
foot of a mountain
foot bath / foot soak
under the foot
to set foot on / to step on or into
moisture / humidity / athlete's foot / tinea / eczema
pedestrian / traveler on foot / passer-by / official responsible for arranging audiences with the emperor
square (as in square foot, square mile, square root)
all over / from head to foot
infantry / foot / infantryman / foot soldier
foot (unit of length equal to 0.3048 m)
approaching one's end / with one foot in the grave
to set foot in / to tread (in or on) / to walk into
athlete's foot
the sole of the foot
the sole of the foot
  *麓* | 麓* | *麓
foot of a hill
corn (callus on the foot)
  *亍* | 亍* | *亍
step with the right foot / see 彳亍
the extremity of the foot
(one moment ...,) the next ... / trailing foot (in walking)
foot bath
foot position (in dance)
to set foot in / to step into / to become involved for the first time
foot soldier / minor figure / a nobody / (chess) pawn
  *蹺* | 蹺* | *蹺
to raise one's foot / to stand on tiptoe / stilts
from head to foot
one moment ..., (the next ...) / leading foot (in walking)
(coll.) foot
to scout for a tour operator / to reconnoiter a potential tour itinerary / (tennis) to commit a foot fault
lit. not putting a foot outside / to stay at home
arch (of a foot)
to move to and fro (with hand, foot, stick etc) / to fiddle with / to stir up
lit. win an inch, want a foot (idiom); fig. not satisfied with small gains / give him an inch, and he'll want a mile
beriberi / athlete's foot
to reveal the cloven foot (idiom); to unmask one's true nature / to give the game away
to set foot on (a foreign land etc) / to tread / (fig.) to enter (a new sphere)
athlete's foot
foot drill (military, physical exercises etc)
to crush one's own foot while trying to maneuver a rock (to a cliff edge, to drop on one's enemy) (idiom) / hoisted by one's own petard
rope tackle hanging from a mast / crow foot (system of ropes through tackle to hold up an awning)
lit. to stand with each foot in a different boat (idiom) / fig. to have it both ways / to run after two hares / (especially) to have two lovers at the same time
  *陬* | 陬* | *陬
corner / foot of mountain
square foot (unit of area equal to 0.093 m²)
foot of a wall
to approach one's coffin (idiom); with one foot in the grave
you (used to a superior or between persons of the same generation) / below the foot
(coll.) going on foot
bound hand and foot (idiom); constrained
one's late days / to have one foot in the grave
foot fetish
to stamp one's foot / to kick
to move a stone and stub one's toe / to shoot oneself in the foot (idiom)
to reveal the cloven foot (idiom); to unmask one's true nature / to give the game away
  *蹻* | 蹻* | *蹻
variant of 蹺|跷 / to raise one's foot / stilts
  *胼* | 胼* | *胼
callous on hand or foot
to stamp one's foot (in anger)
hand foot and mouth disease, HFMD, caused by a number of intestinal viruses, usually affecting young children
  *腄* | 腄* | *腄
callus on the hand or foot / upper leg bone of horse or bird / buttocks
  *彳* | 彳* | *彳
step with the left foot (Kangxi radical 60) / see also 彳亍
to walk on tiptoe / to step on sb's foot / to join (a trade, profession etc) / to associate with (a certain group of people)
to go on foot (idiom) / to do things at a leisurely pace
athlete's foot
burial of cremated remains at the foot of a tree
  *蹀* | 蹀* | *蹀
to tread on / to stamp one's foot
  *膇* | 膇* | *膇
swelling of foot
foot-binding / long strip of cloth used for foot-binding
to have a foot in both camps / to have a bet each way / to be having an affair
  *攧* | 攧* | *攧
to fall / to stamp (one's foot) / to toss / to throw
  *蹠* | 蹠* | *蹠
metatarsus / sole of foot / to tread on
  *跐* | 跐* | *跐
to trample / to step / to walk on the ball of the foot
bottom valve / foot valve
business is auspicious / conventional greeting at the foot of a letter: May your business go well!
foot (syllabic unit in verse) / meter / scansion
to jump on one foot / to hop
to bind oneself hand and foot
pedicure / foot massage
foot fault (tennis etc)
  *跂* | 跂* | *跂
doing as one pleases (idiom); foot-loose and fancy free
human hand foot and mouth disease, a viral infection
pawn (i.e. foot soldier) / servant / lackey (of malefactor)
facing the end (idiom); at the end of one's life / with one foot in the grave
Manchurian foot soldier
to dip into one's pocket / to pay out of pocket / to foot the bill
to hurt oneself by one's own doing / to boomerang / to shoot oneself in the foot (idiom)
to split the bill (where the male counterpart foots the larger portion of the sum) / (theater) a system where two actors take turns in acting the main role, with one actor replacing the other if either is unavailable

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