Foot for Leg

Foot for Leg
Don't say:
I hurt my foot - if the injury is anywhere above the ankle.
Say:
I hurt my leg.
Note:
The leg of a chair, a table, a bed; the foot of a hill, a wall, a ladder, a page. Leg is the part of the body from the hip down to the ankle, and foot is the part below the ankle. (Hand must also be carefully distinguished from arm.)
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