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underfoot

adverb uk   /ˌʌn.dəˈfʊt/ us    /-dɚ-/
under your feet as you walk; on the ground: The grass was cool and pleasant underfoot. Many people were trampled/crushed underfoot when the police tried to break up the demonstration.
Translations of “underfoot”
in Spanish debajo de los pies, en el suelo…
in French par terre…
in German am Boden…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在腳下, 在地上…
in Russian под ногами…
in Turkish ayak altındaki, basılan, yerdeki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在脚下, 在地上…
in Polish pod stopami lub nogami…
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