Traducción de toehold en Español:

toehold

punto de apoyo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtoʊˌhoʊld//ˈtəʊhəʊld/

nombre

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    (para el pie) punto de apoyo masculino
    it took her years to get a toehold in advertising le llevó años entrar en el mundo de la publicidad
    • Her feet seemed to take on an intelligence of their own, searching out desperate toeholds on the creek-bottom.
    • Younger workers, who have used computers their entire lives, are now gaining a toehold in the workplace.
    • Carved toeholds allow access around one drop-off and into a slot canyon that's no more than an arm span across.
    • She fell back and tried again several times until, as I silently urged her on, she finally managed to get a toehold with her right front foot on top of the lower, two-board side of the corner.
    • Minor blister pain can advance from a low simmer to a fiery torture in the space of a few miles, so don't let it get a toehold in the gap between your feet and your socks and shoes.
    • And they are appealing for the public to use the hotline to help stop other dealers from getting a toehold here.
    • Companies in other sectors, such as food processing and timber, are also keen to establish toeholds in Eastern Europe.
    • Michael stood below him, placing the young climber's feet into the toeholds afforded by the sheer rock wall.
    • One step after another I fumbled for a toehold, my legs weak and my grip moist.
    • He begins his ascent rapidly, flinging the rope upward around the trunk to create a high handhold, kicking a leg up to snag a toehold, flinging the rope again for a higher handhold to pull to still higher toeholds.
    • If any form of sexual license is condemned then it leaves a toehold for other forms of sexual license to be condemned.
    • They didn't abandon their culture, and they didn't even really change it - they just got a toehold on prosperity.
    • Quite simply, local young people are being squeezed right out of the housing market, quite unable to contemplate gaining even a toehold.
    • It's easy to read themes of ecology and anti-industrialism into what are extremely overbuilt industrial cities where nature has to fight for a toehold.
    • This ‘additional functionality’ should be removed, he advises, and the operating system secured so attackers cannot get the necessary toehold on the system.
    • So how can first-time buyers find ways out of this situation and at least get a toehold on to the elusive housing market ladder?
    • Janet carefully swung one leg over the sill and rested her small foot on the narrow toehold as she shifted the rest of her through the opening.
    • The French reached Cayenne in 1604, and the Dutch arrived in 1616, but Britain did not gain a permanent toehold until 1796.
    • Having established a toehold, the parent company then looks to expand with further acquisitions.
    • Unfortunately, he has already failed as far as many families are concerned, and many of those who have managed to get a toehold on home ownership now have such a huge debt that they live in fear of the smallest rise in interest rates.
    • It'll be a toehold for the organisation in Europe.
    • Her hands grasped the tiniest cracks and protuberances and without thought to where they would take her, her feet scrambled for the slightest toehold!
    • Your weight shifts and, incredibly, your right foot catches a toehold.
    • He realises that his party is battling hard to retain a toehold in what was once its bastion.
    • Few independent comic artists have succeeded in gaining a toehold in the lucrative spin-off market.
    • Furthermore, his trademark fusion of ornate mysticism and lurid pop-art aesthetics had taken a toehold in New York's art scene as well.
    • It prefers to begin its expansion programme in new countries by gaining a toehold - or minority interest - rather than making a big initial acquisition.
    • We have to show them they can't have a toehold in Leeds, that there is no place for people who sow seeds of hatred and division.
    • This is what New York is and has always been about; immigrants setting up shops or market stalls to get a toehold in their new home.