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Translation of "footprint" - English-Russian dictionary

footprint

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfʊtprɪnt/
a mark made by a foot or shoe
след, отпечаток ноги
[usually plural] The police found some footprints in the mud.Holes, hollows and dips
the amount of space on a surface that something needs, especially a computer
пространство на плоской поверхности, необходимое для чего-либо
Space - general wordsAreas of land in general
→  Compare ecological footprint
Translations of “footprint”
in Korean 발자국…
in Arabic أَثَر القَدَم…
in Portuguese pegada…
in Catalan petjada…
in Japanese 足跡…
in Italian orma, impronta di piede…
in Turkish ayak izi, yer, kaplama alanı…
in Polish odcisk stopy lub łapy, trop, zajmowana powierzchnia…
(Definition of footprint from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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