[heel-uh n-toh] /ˈhil ənˈtoʊ/
noting a pace, as in walking contests, in which the heel of the front foot touches ground before the toes of the rear one leave it.
of or denoting a style of walking in which the heel of the front foot touches the ground before the toes of the rear one leave it
(intransitive) (esp in motor racing) to use the heel and toe of the same foot to operate the brake and accelerator
- Heel-and-toe racing
noun 1. .
[heel-bawl] /ˈhilˌbɔl/ noun 1. a substance composed of lampblack and wax used for making rubbings or for polishing shoes. /ˈhiːlˌbɔːl/ noun 1.
- Heel bar
noun 1. a small shop or a counter in a department store where shoes are mended while the customer waits
noun 1. . noun 1. the nontechnical name for calcaneus heel bone n. See calcaneus.
noun 1. the forward side of the heel, adjoining the shank of a shoe.