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    head to toe


    What does 'head to toe' mean?

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    How can I use that phrase? Can you give me an example?

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    Re: head to toe

    She was dressed in blue, from head to toe. = Everything she was wearing was blue.

    The sergeant inspected the soldier from head to toe. = He looked at soldier thoroughly, from his hat to his shoes.

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