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heel

[hiːl] брит. / амер.

    1. сущ.

        1. пятка, пята (часть ноги)

        2. пятка (чулка, носка)

        3. задник (у обуви)

        4. шпора (у птиц)

      1. защитный предмет на "опорной конструкции"

        1. каблук

        2. задний шип подковы

        3. стр. нижняя часть стойки или стропильной ноги, пята

      2. что-л. напоминающее по форме пятку или каблук

      3. пята (которой попирают) , гнёт, иго

      4. корка (у хлеба, сыра)

      5. разг. подонок, мерзавец, подлец, обманщик

    2. гл.

      1. преследовать, следовать по пятам

        1. прибивать каблуки, набойки

        2. пристукивать каблуками (в танце); бить каблуком

      2. крепить шпоры на лапы боевого петуха; вооружать кого-л.

      3. понукать лошадь шпорами или пятками, пришпоривать

    1. гл.

      1. крениться, накреняться, открениваться

      2. кренговать

    2. сущ.

      наклон, угол наклона; крен (корабля)

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heel

[hiːl]

n

  1. пятка; пята

  2. каблук

  3. пятка (носка или чулка)

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She dug her heel into the earth and traced a rectangle in the grass.
Она врылась каблуком в землю и прочертила им в траве прямоугольник.
Kundera, Milan / The Unbearable Lightness of BeingКундера, Милан / Невыносимая легкость бытия
Невыносимая легкость бытия
Кундера, Милан
© Н. Шульгина, перевод, 1992
© "Азбука-классика", 2006
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Kundera, Milan
© 1984 by Milan Kundera
© 1984 by Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.
Vexed with himself, Shukhov almost turned on his heel and went back to Hut 7.
Раздосадовался Шухов, затоптался -- не повернуть ли к седьмому бараку.
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr / One Day in the Life of Ivan DenisovichСолженицын, Александр / Один день из жизни Ивана Денисовича
Один день из жизни Ивана Денисовича
Солженицын, Александр
© Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1978
© Издательский Дом "Азбука-классикка", 2008
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr
© 1995 Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Then the creature kicked backwards, its heel striking Gardan in the 'leg, causing both to fall.
Тогда существо пяткой ударило Гардана по ноге. Они упали.
Feist, Raymond / SilverthornФэйст, Раймонд / Долина Тьмы
Долина Тьмы
Фэйст, Раймонд
Silverthorn
Feist, Raymond
© 1985 by Raymond Elias Feist
For they did not answer or glance at him, but walked away, tall, aerial, the soft wings cloaking them from neck to heel.
Ибо они не ответили ему и даже на него не посмотрели, а пошли мимо к куполообразному зданию, высокие, неправдоподобные, закутанные, как в плащи, в свои мягкие крылья.
Le Guin, Ursula / Rocannon's WorldЛе Гуин, Урсула / Планета Роканнона
Планета Роканнона
Ле Гуин, Урсула
© "Техника - молодежи", 1989 г.
Rocannon's World
Le Guin, Ursula
© 1994 by Ursula К. LeGuin
© 1966 by Ace Books, Inc.
It seemed, as the Mole remarked to the Rat, like some one walking in carpet slippers that were too large for him and down at heel; which was intelligent of Mole, because that was exactly what it was.
Кроту представилось, будто кто-то идет в ковровых шлепанцах, которые ему велики и у которых стоптаны задники. Так оно и было на самом деле.
Грэм, Кеннет / Ветер в ивахGrahame, Kenneth / The Wind in the Willows
The Wind in the Willows
Grahame, Kenneth
© 1908, 1913, by CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
Ветер в ивах
Грэм, Кеннет
© Издательство "Детская литература", 1988
Among apparent merits of FeRAM there are also radiation and resistance to other penetrating rays that is considered an Achilles heel of flash-memory.
К несомненным достоинствам FeRAM относят также стойкость к радиации и другим проникающим излучениям, которая является ахиллесовой пятой флэш-памяти
He could stomp the heel of his foot down on Richard’s arch. He could punch him in the throat and drop him, gasping. He could lean forward and drive his knee into the man’s groin.
Нет ничего проще, чем сбросить захват дилетанта: можно изо всех сил наступить ему на ногу; можно ударить в горло и повалить на пол; можно чуть наклониться вперед и садануть коленом в промежность.
Sakey, Marcus / The Blade ItselfСэйки, Маркус / По лезвию ножа
По лезвию ножа
Сэйки, Маркус
© 2007 by Marcus Sakey
© Перевод. А.И.Ахмерова, 2009
© ООО "Издательство "АСТ", 2009
The Blade Itself
Sakey, Marcus
© 2007 by Marcus Sakey
“Run!” she yelled, turning on a heel:
– Беги! – крикнула Рейчел, развернувшись на каблуках.
Rollins, James / Map of BonesРоллинс, Джеймс / Кости волхвов
Кости волхвов
Роллинс, Джеймс
© 2005 by Jim Czajkowski
© А. Новиков, перевод, 2009
© ООО "Издательство "Эксмо", издание на русском языке, 2009
Map of Bones
Rollins, James
© 2005 by Jim Czajkowski
Adherence is the Achilles heel of antiretroviral therapy.
Соблюдаемость режима лечения — ахиллесова пята антиретровирусной терапии.
Hoffmann, Christian,Rockstroh, Jurgen,Kamps, Bernd / HIV Medicine 2006Хоффман, Кристиан,Рокстро, Юрген,Кампс, Бернд / Лечение ВИЧ-инфекции 2005
Лечение ВИЧ-инфекции 2005
Хоффман, Кристиан,Рокстро, Юрген,Кампс, Бернд
© 2003, 2004, 2005 Flying Publisher
HIV Medicine 2006
Hoffmann, Christian,Rockstroh, Jurgen,Kamps, Bernd
© 2006 by Flying Publisher
"Stop, Eddie!" Roland shouted, then braced the heel of one hand against the dashboard as Cullum's old Ford slid to a dusty halt close to where the thing had vanished.
— Останавливайся, Эдди! — крикнул Роланд, ударил ребром ладони по приборному щитку «форда» Каллема, который, подняв шлейф пыли, замер на обочине рядом с тем местом, где скрылся в лесу жуткий старик.
King, Stephen / The Dark tower 7: The Dark TowerКинг, Стивен / Темная башня 7: Темная башня
Темная башня 7: Темная башня
Кинг, Стивен
© Stephen King, 2004
© Перевод. В.А.Вебер, 2005
© ООО "Издательство АСТ", 2005
The Dark tower 7: The Dark Tower
King, Stephen
© 2004 by Stephen King
Danny had known doctors who couldn’t pour piss out of a boot with the instructions printed on the heel.
Дэнни встречал докторов, которые и шагу ступить не могли без подробных инструкций.
Iles, Greg / Third DegreeАйлс, Грег / Заложники страха
Заложники страха
Айлс, Грег
© ООО Издательство "АСТ-Москва", 2009
© Перевод, И. Метлицкая, 2009
© 2007 by Greg Iles
Third Degree
Iles, Greg
© 2007 by Greg Iles
Do you want all those nice people around to know what kind of a heel you have for a husband?"
Или ты хочешь, чтобы все эти милые люди, которые тебя окружают, узнали о том, как ты командуешь мужем?
Hailey, Arthur / AirportХейли, Артур / Аэропорт
Аэропорт
Хейли, Артур
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1978
Airport
Hailey, Arthur
© 1968, 2000 by Arthur Hailey, Ltd.
Azzie found a scalpel and sharpened it on his heel.
Аззи отыскал скальпель и заточил его о подошву своего сапога.
Zelazny, Roger,Sheckley, Robert / Bring Me the Head of Prince CharmingЖелязны, Роджер,Шекли, Роберт / Принеси мне голову Прекрасного принца
Принеси мне голову Прекрасного принца
Желязны, Роджер,Шекли, Роберт
© 1991 by Amber Corporation and Robert Sheckley
© Перевод. А. К. Андреев, Н. Б. Шварцман, 2004
Bring Me the Head of Prince Charming
Zelazny, Roger,Sheckley, Robert
© 1991 by Amber Corporation and Robert Sheckley
Her shoes came up at the heel, her hair grew bright and neat, her hands were always clean.
Башмаки у нее уже не сваливались с ног, волосы покорно слушались гребня, руки всегда были чистые.
Dickens, Charles / Great ExpectationsДиккенс, Чарльз / Большие надежды
Большие надежды
Диккенс, Чарльз
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1960
Great Expectations
Dickens, Charles
© 2010 Ignatius Press, San Francisco
“Look,” she implored him, pointing at a little troop of boys carrying cricket stumps, and one shuffled, spun round on his heel and shuffled, as if he were acting a clown at the music hall.
- Погляди, - молила она, показывая на группку мальчишек, они шли с крикетными битами, и один все шаркал, и вертелся на каблуке, и шаркал, будто клоуна изображал в мюзик-холле.
Woolf, Virginia / Mrs DallowayВульф, Вирджиния / Миссис Дэллоуэй
Миссис Дэллоуэй
Вульф, Вирджиния
© Художественная литература, 1989
Mrs Dalloway
Woolf, Virginia
© CRW Publishing Limited 2003

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hiːlNounпятка; пята

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Collocations

angle of heel
угол крена
at the heel
под пятой
bead heel
пятка борта
bone of heel
пяточная кость
built-up heel
наборный каблук
come to heel
идти следом за хозяином
come to heel
подчиниться
cuban heel
пирамидальная пятка
cushion heel
усиленная пятка
down at heel
бедно или неряшливо одетый
down at heel
жалкий
down at heel
со стоптанными каблуками
heel block
блок у шпора грузовой стрелы
heel bone
пяточная кость
heel clearing cam
заключающий клин пяточного замка

Word forms

heel

noun
SingularPlural
Common caseheelheels
Possessive caseheel'sheels'

heel

verb
Basic forms
Pastheeled
Imperativeheel
Present Participle (Participle I)heeling
Past Participle (Participle II)heeled
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I heelwe heel
you heelyou heel
he/she/it heelsthey heel
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am heelingwe are heeling
you are heelingyou are heeling
he/she/it is heelingthey are heeling
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have heeledwe have heeled
you have heeledyou have heeled
he/she/it has heeledthey have heeled
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been heelingwe have been heeling
you have been heelingyou have been heeling
he/she/it has been heelingthey have been heeling
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I heeledwe heeled
you heeledyou heeled
he/she/it heeledthey heeled
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was heelingwe were heeling
you were heelingyou were heeling
he/she/it was heelingthey were heeling
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had heeledwe had heeled
you had heeledyou had heeled
he/she/it had heeledthey had heeled
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been heelingwe had been heeling
you had been heelingyou had been heeling
he/she/it had been heelingthey had been heeling
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will heelwe shall/will heel
you will heelyou will heel
he/she/it will heelthey will heel
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be heelingwe shall/will be heeling
you will be heelingyou will be heeling
he/she/it will be heelingthey will be heeling
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have heeledwe shall/will have heeled
you will have heeledyou will have heeled
he/she/it will have heeledthey will have heeled
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been heelingwe shall/will have been heeling
you will have been heelingyou will have been heeling
he/she/it will have been heelingthey will have been heeling
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would heelwe should/would heel
you would heelyou would heel
he/she/it would heelthey would heel
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be heelingwe should/would be heeling
you would be heelingyou would be heeling
he/she/it would be heelingthey would be heeling
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have heeledwe should/would have heeled
you would have heeledyou would have heeled
he/she/it would have heeledthey would have heeled
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been heelingwe should/would have been heeling
you would have been heelingyou would have been heeling
he/she/it would have been heelingthey would have been heeling
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am heeledwe are heeled
you are heeledyou are heeled
he/she/it is heeledthey are heeled
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being heeledwe are being heeled
you are being heeledyou are being heeled
he/she/it is being heeledthey are being heeled
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been heeledwe have been heeled
you have been heeledyou have been heeled
he/she/it has been heeledthey have been heeled
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was heeledwe were heeled
you were heeledyou were heeled
he/she/it was heeledthey were heeled
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being heeledwe were being heeled
you were being heeledyou were being heeled
he/she/it was being heeledthey were being heeled
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been heeledwe had been heeled
you had been heeledyou had been heeled
he/she/it had been heeledthey had been heeled
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be heeledwe shall/will be heeled
you will be heeledyou will be heeled
he/she/it will be heeledthey will be heeled
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been heeledwe shall/will have been heeled
you will have been heeledyou will have been heeled
he/she/it will have been heeledthey will have been heeled