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leg in Dogri डोगरी

leg in Kashmiri कॉशुर

leg in Konkani कोंकणी

leg in Maithili মৈথিলী

leg in Malayalam മലയാളം

leg in Nepali नेपाली

leg in Sindhi سنڌي

leg in Tamil தமிழ்

leg in Urdu اُردُو

leg in English

  • leg
    expr. a leg up,
    a. assistance in climbing or getting over an obstacle, as in mounting a horse.
    Ex. The wall is very low, Sir, and your servant will give you a leg up (Dickens).
    b. (Figurative.) encouragement; support.
    Ex. He mig

  • leg
    expr. get on one's hind legs, to go into a rage.
    Ex. ""Don't get on your hind legs,"" returned Betty composedly (London Daily News).

  • leg
    expr. have not a leg to stand on, (Informal.) to have no defense or reason.
    Ex. When he is through adding up his last column of figures, the ... notion of a coup d'etat pulled off by big city bondholders hasn't a leg to stand on (Wall Street Journa

  • leg
    expr. legs, timbers used to support a ship upright when dried out.

  • leg
    expr. on one's last legs, about to fail, collapse, or die; at the end of one's resources.
    Ex. After the suppression of the revolutionary movement the Second Republic was on its last legs (Manchester Guardian Weekly).

  • leg
    expr. pull one's leg, (Informal.) to fool, trick, or make fun of one.
    Ex. ""When you write your piece,"" she giggled, ""I won't mind if you pull my leg--just a little"" (Maclean's).

  • leg
    expr. shake a leg, (Slang.)
    a. hurry up!.
    Ex. You'd better shake a leg or we'll miss our bus.
    b. to dance.
    Ex. The bandleader urged the couples to get up and shake a leg.

  • leg
    expr. stretch one's legs, to take a walk; get exercise by walking.
    Ex. The passengers got off the bus to stretch their legs after the long ride.

  • leg
    leg, noun, verb, legged,legging.

  • leg
    noun 1. one of the limbs on which people and animals stand and walk.
    Ex. Dogs stand on their four legs. A person uses his two legs in walking and running.
    2. the part of a garment that covers a leg.
    Ex. He fell and tore his pants' leg.

  • leg
    v.i. (Informal.) Usually, leg it.
    1. to walk or run.
    Ex. We could not get a ride, so we had to leg it.
    2. to do the work of a legman.
    Ex. [The] syndicated celebrity columnist ... has been legging it for 35 years (Time).

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