Translation: from english

instep

  • 1 instep

    'instep
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) empeine
    instep
    tr['ɪnstep]
    noun
    1 empeine nombre masculino
    instep ['ɪn.stɛp] n
    : empeine m
    instep
    n.
    empeine s.m.
    garganta s.f.
    'ɪnstep
    noun
    a) (of foot - arch) arco m (del pie); (- upper surface) empeine m
    b) (of shoe) empeine m
    ['ɪnstep]
    N empeine m
    * * *
    ['ɪnstep]
    noun
    a) (of foot - arch) arco m (del pie); (- upper surface) empeine m
    b) (of shoe) empeine m

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 instep

    {'instep}
    1. анат. (горна) извивка находилото
    2. предница на обувка/чорап
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    {'instep} n 1. анат. (горна) извивка находилото; 2. предница н
    * * *
    n извивката на ходилото между пръстите и петата;instep; n 1. анат. (горна) извивка находилото; 2. предница на обувка/чорап.
    * * *
    1. анат. (горна) извивка находилото 2. предница на обувка/чорап
    * * *
    instep[´instep] n 1. анат. (горна) извивка на ходилото; 2. предница на обувка (чорап).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 3 instep

    ['ɪnstep]
    nome (of foot, shoe) collo m.

    to have a high instep — [person] avere il collo del piede alto; [shoe] essere accollato

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    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) collo del piede
    * * *
    instep /ˈɪnstɛp/
    n.
    1 (anat.) collo del piede
    2 collo (di calza o scarpa)
    3 (zool.) cannone; stinco di equino.
    * * *
    ['ɪnstep]
    nome (of foot, shoe) collo m.

    to have a high instep — [person] avere il collo del piede alto; [shoe] essere accollato

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 4 instep

    noun
    1) (of foot) Spann, der; Fußrücken, der
    2) (of shoe) Blatt, das
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    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) der Rist
    * * *
    in·step
    [ˈɪnstep]
    n
    1. (of foot) Spann m
    2. (of shoe) Blatt nt; of stocking Strumpfteil über dem Spann
    * * *
    ['ɪnstep]
    n
    1) (ANAT) Spann m, Rist m
    2) (of shoe) Blatt nt
    * * *
    instep [ˈınstep] s
    1. ANAT Rist m, Spann m:
    instep raiser MED Senk- oder Plattfußeinlage f
    2. Blatt n (eines Schuhs)
    * * *
    noun
    1) (of foot) Spann, der; Fußrücken, der
    2) (of shoe) Blatt, das
    * * *
    n.
    Rist -- m.
    Spann -en m.

    English-german dictionary

  • 5 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) vrist
    * * *
    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) vrist

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 6 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) peito do pé
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    in.step
    ['instep] n 1 dorso do pé, peito do pé. 2 parte do sapato ou da meia que cobre o peito do pé. 3 canela do cavalo, entre o torso e a segunda falange. to be high in the instep ter ares de arrogância.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 7 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) nart
    * * *
    [ínstep]
    noun
    anatomy nart
    to be ( —ali go) high in the instep — biti ošaben, ošabno se nositi

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 8 instep

    [ʹınstep] n
    1. подъём (ноги, ботинка)

    the shoes are too tight [narrow] across /at/ the instep - ботинки жмут [слишком узки] в подъёме

    instep kick - удар подъёмом (ноги - футбол)

    2. анат. предплюсна

    НБАРС

  • 9 instep

    instep [ˈɪnstep]
    noun
       a. [of foot] cou-de-pied m
    • to have a high instep avoir le pied cambré
       b. [of shoe] cambrure f
    * * *
    ['ɪnstep]
    noun cou-de-pied m

    to have a high instep — avoir le pied cambré

    English-French dictionary

  • 10 instep

    'instep
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) vrist
    subst. \/ˈɪnstep\/
    1) (anatomi) vrist
    2) (på sko) overlær
    3) (på strømper) overdel
    4) (veterinærfag) bakpipe

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 11 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) rist

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 12 instep

    rüszt, lábfej felső része
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    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) rüszt

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 13 instep

    n
    1) підйом (ноги, взуття)

    instep kick — удар підйомом (футбол)

    2) анат. передплесно
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    [`instep]
    n
    1) підйом (ноги, черевики)
    2) aнaт. заплесно

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 14 instep

    n. ayağın üst kısmı
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    ayağın üst kısmı
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    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) ayağın üst kısmı

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 15 instep

    • rinta
    • jalkapöytä
    • jalanrinta
    • kengän rinta
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    'instep
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) jalkapöytä

    English-Finnish dictionary

  • 16 instep

    n. wreef
    instep
    [ instep]
    wreef 〈van voet〉
    instap 〈van schoen〉

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 17 instep

    ['ɪnstɛp]
    n
    podbicie nt
    * * *
    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) podbicie

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 18 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) (pēdas) pacēlums
    * * *
    pacēlums

    English-Latvian dictionary

  • 19 instep

    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) kiltis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary

  • 20 instep

    n. fotvrist
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    ['instep]
    noun
    (the arched upper part of the foot: The strap of that shoe is too tight across the instep.) vrist

    English-Swedish dictionary

Look at other dictionaries:

  • instep — mid 15c., apparently from IN (Cf. in) + STEP (Cf. step), though this hardly makes sense [Weekley]. An O.E. word for instep was fotwelm. M.E. also had a verb instep to track, trace (c.1400) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Instep — In step, n. [Formerly also {instop}, {instup}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The arched middle portion of the human foot next in front of the ankle joint. [1913 Webster] 2. The part of a shoe, boot, or stocking covering the instep[1]. [PJC] 3. That part of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • instep — ► NOUN ▪ the part of a person s foot between the ball and the ankle. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • instep — [in′step΄] n. [prob. IN 1 + STEP] 1. the top surface of the foot, between the ankle and the toes 2. the part of a shoe or stocking that covers this 3. the front part of the hind leg of a horse, between the hock and the pastern joint …   English World dictionary

  • instep — UK [ˈɪnstep] / US [ˈɪnˌstep] noun [countable] Word forms instep : singular instep plural insteps a) the raised part in the middle of your foot b) the part of a shoe that fits your instep …   English dictionary

  • instep — in|step [ˈınstep] n 1.) the raised part of your foot between your toes and your ↑ankle 2.) the part of a shoe that covers your instep …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • instep — noun Date: 15th century 1. the arched middle portion of the human foot in front of the ankle joint; especially its upper surface 2. the part of a shoe or stocking that fits over the instep …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • instep — in|step [ ın,step ] noun count the raised part in the middle of your foot a. the part of a shoe that fits your instep …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • instep — [[t]ɪ̱nstep[/t]] insteps N COUNT Your instep is the middle part of your foot, where it arches upwards …   English dictionary

  • instep — /ˈɪnstɛp / (say instep) noun 1. the curved inner surface of the human foot, between the big toe and the heel. 2. the part of the foot between the ankle and the toes. 3. the part of a shoe, stocking, etc., covering this area. 4. the front of the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • instep — n. 1 the inner arch of the foot between the toes and the ankle. 2 the part of a shoe etc. fitting over or under this. 3 a thing shaped like an instep. Etymology: 16th c.: ult. formed as IN (2) + STEP, but immed. orig. uncert …   Useful english dictionary