He nursed his injured knee by shifting his weight to the other leg .
Bitten by a bug, my leg became swollen.
Was struck in the leg by a bullet.
Don’t pull my leg .
Don’t pull my leg .
The patient’s broken leg was secured with plaster bandage.
The patient has very little sensation left in the right leg .
Not very steady on one’s leg
The captain had an artificial leg , made of wood.
When you walk you exercise your leg muscles.
The last leg of the flight
The dog got the thief by the leg .
The swelling soon affected the entire leg .
A chair with a broken leg
An arrow stuck in his leg .
Threw her leg over the arm of the chair.
She’s got charley horse in her leg .
Her leg turned black and blue.
She burned her leg badly.
She injured herself in the leg .
She beat on her aching leg with her fist.
Shake a leg , or you’ll miss it.
The Bee stung her leg .
Is Mother’s leg responding to treatment?
The fallen tree had pinned his leg to the ground.
The man limped badly in his fight leg .
The dog snapped her fight leg .
The dancer extended her leg .
The cat was dragging its broken leg .
Does your leg still hurt?
Legal Committee (缩写:leg)
1.(in soccer and other sports) each of two games constituting a round of a competition.
‘they were defending a 3–0 lead from the first _leg_ ’
‘After such a dry season goal-wise, it was no surprise that both _legs_ of the play-off final between Pohang and Suwon finished goalless.’
2.(with reference to a ball, especially in golf) sufficient momentum to reach the desired point.
‘Instead he went one better, judging the line perfectly and giving the ball just enough _legs_ to make it up the slope for a winning birdie.’
3.(with reference to a product or idea) sustained popularity or success.
‘some books have _legs_ , others don’t’
‘Mr Holland showed his prototype to local entrepreneur David Campbell who thought the idea had _legs_ .’
4.A branch of a forked object.
5.A deferential gesture made by drawing back one leg and bending it while keeping the front leg straight.
6.A leg of an animal or bird as food.
‘a roast _leg_ of lamb’
‘I still think there’s little to beat a good roast chicken and crispy roast potatoes or a _leg_ of lamb done the same way.’
7.A part of a garment covering a leg or part of a leg.
‘his trouser _leg_ ’
‘What is that running down the _leg_ of your trouser?’
8.A run made on a single tack.
‘an important part of the upwind _leg_ ’
‘At the Australian Open in Deniliquin I was inclined to call difficult tasks with upwind _legs_ .’
9.A section of a relay or other race done in stages.
‘one _leg_ of its race round the globe’
‘The final _leg_ of the race could not have been better cast.’
10.A section or stage of a journey or process.
‘the return _leg_ of his journey’
‘We also had to visit the Mongolian Embassy to get a visa for the next _leg_ of our journey.’
11.A single game in a darts match.
‘he took the first _leg_ with 7 darts’
‘Not only this, but, fortified by the fact that I had drunk his lager by mistake, Ken managed to hit the winning double in the second _leg_ of the last match.’
12.Each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands.
‘Adams broke his _leg_ ’
‘he was off as fast as his _legs_ would carry him’
13.Each of the supports of a chair, table, or other structure.
‘table _legs_ ’
‘the house was set on _legs_ ’
14.The half of the field (as divided lengthways through the pitch) away from which the batsman’s feet are pointed when standing to receive the ball.
‘he played a lucky stroke to _leg_ ’
‘Marcus Trescothick flicked at a ball down the _leg_ side and an audible click sent Lee pirouetting down the pitch in delight.’
1.Propel (a boat) through a tunnel on a canal by pushing with one’s legs against the tunnel roof or sides.
‘a little boy was lying on his back, _legging_ the boat along’
‘It was taken in 1914 after he broke the canal’s record for the time taken to _leg_ a boat through the tunnel.’
‘he _legged_ it after someone shouted at him’
‘I _legged_ it up the stairs and hid on the first floor landing.’
3.Travel by foot; walk.
‘I am part of a team _legging_ it around London’
‘Once they got to the other side they must have _legged_ it towards Chippenham because they were not there when we got to the river bank and there was nobody else around.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。