Synonyms of leg in English:

leg


See definition of leg

noun

1‘he broke his leg in a football match’

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lower limb, shank
limb, member
technical crus
informal stump, peg, pin

2‘a gilded table leg’

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upright, support, prop, brace, underpinning, column

3‘the first leg of a European tour’

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part, stage, portion, segment, section, bit, phase, stretch, lap, step, instalment
passage, subdivision, subsection, juncture

Phrases

    give someone a leg up

    ‘parents want to give their kids a leg up in the world’


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    on its last legs

    1‘your car looked as though it was on its last legs’


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    in good condition

    2‘a foundry business that was on its last legs’


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    informal


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    thriving

    stretch one's legs

    ‘after two days on the bus we were glad of the chance to stretch our legs’


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    pull someone's leg

    ‘it's all right, Robbie, I was only pulling your leg’


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    informal


    North American informal



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    informal


    British informal