Translation of first-foot in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈfərst ˈˌfʊt/

intransitive verb

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    • to go first-footing
    • It's February, and I've still not been first-footed from New Year yet.
    • But while these special editions are enjoyable in their own right, if you're expecting to be first-footed by a whisky connoisseur, it might be good idea to have a decent bottle of the straightforward stuff to hand.
    • Because the parents are involved, you feel you should offer out nips along with the sweeties… it's like being first-footed by the Addams Family.
    • Another says he went blindly first-footing, knocking on doors at random.
    • I come from Scotland, a place that starts each year with a lump of coal and a slice of Dundee cake, so I rather love the idea of first-footing with a fish.
    • Not sure quite how much first-footing will occur tonight, but if it ends up quiet, that's no bad thing.

transitive verb

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    to first-foot sb ser el primero en visitar a algn


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    el primer visitante en Año Nuevo