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N-COUNT 足跟;脚后跟;踵 Your heel is the back part of your foot, just below your ankle.
N-COUNT （鞋）后跟 The heel of a shoe is the raised part on the bottom at the back.
He kicked it shut with the heel of his boot.
...the shoes with the high heels.
N-PLURAL （女式）高跟鞋 Heels are women's shoes that are raised very high at the back.
...two well-dressed ladies in high heels...
...the old adage that you shouldn't wear heels with trousers.
N-COUNT （袜子的）后跟 The heel of a sock or stocking is the part that covers your heel.
N-COUNT （近腕处的）手掌根 The heel of your hand is the rounded pad at the bottom of your palm.
He shoved the heel of his hand against the side of my face.
PHRASE 紧跟在后 If a person or an animal is at your heels, they are following close behind you.
She strode off down the restaurant with Cavendish following close at her heels.
PHRASE 使听话;使就范 If you bring someone to heel, you force them to obey you.
It's still not clear how the president will use his power to bring the republics to heel.
PHRASE 咔嚓一声立正（敬礼或问候） If someone such as a soldier clicks their heels, they make a sound by knocking the heels of their shoes together when saluting or greeting someone.
...a courtly European who still clicked his heels when he met a lady.
PHRASE 久等;空等 If you are cooling your heels, someone is deliberately keeping you waiting, so that you get bored or impatient.
Cohen didn't mention that he had Ted Forstmann cooling his heels in a back room.
PHRASE 坚持立场;固执己见 If you dig your heels in or dig in your heels, you refuse to do something such as change your opinions or plans, especially when someone is trying very hard to make you do so.
It was really the British who, by digging their heels in, prevented any last-minute deal.
PHRASE （时间上）紧跟…之后，紧接着 If you say that one event follows hard on the heels of another or hot on the heels of another, you mean that one happens very quickly or immediately after another.
Unfortunately, bad news has come hard on the heels of good...
The visit follows hot on the heels of their season at the Edinburgh International Festival.
PHRASE 紧追…之后;紧随…之后 If you say that someone is hot on your heels, you are emphasizing that they are chasing you and are not very far behind you.
They sped through the American southwest with the law hot on their heels.
PHRASE 无聊地等;不耐烦地等待 If you are kicking your heels, you are having to wait around with nothing to do, so that you get bored or impatient.
The authorities wouldn't grant us permission to fly all the way down to San Francisco, so I had to kick my heels at Tunis Airport.
PHRASE （尤指因生气或吃惊而）突然转身 If you turn on your heel or spin on your heel, you suddenly turn round, especially because you are angry or surprised.
He simply turned on his heel and walked away.
PHRASE 逃走;脚底开溜 If you take to your heels, you run away.
He stood, for a moment, staring defiantly back at her, then took to his heels.