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footfall

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈfʊtfɔːl/ US   /-fɑːl/ mainly UK ( US foot traffic) MARKETING
the number of people who go into a shop or business during a particular period of time: a high/strong/weak footfall The machines are in good sites with high footfall such as motorway service stations.boost/increase/reduce footfall The company hopes the trial will increase customer footfall, enabling the stores to build increased sales.
Translations of “footfall”
in Chinese (Traditional) 腳步聲…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脚步声…
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