footnote Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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footnotenoun [C]

 us   /ˈfʊtˌnoʊt/
a note at the bottom of a page that gives extra information about something in the text on that page
Translations of “footnote”
in Korean 주석…
in Arabic هامِش…
in Portuguese nota de rodapé…
in Catalan nota a peu de pàgina…
in Japanese 脚注…
in Italian nota a piè pagina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 註腳, 無足輕重的事件(或問題、細節)…
in Russian сноска…
in Turkish dipnot…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脚注, 无足轻重的事件(或问题、细节)…
in Polish przypis…
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