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underfootadverb

uk   /ˌʌn.dəˈfʊt/ us   /ˌʌn.dɚˈfʊt/
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.
(Definition of underfoot from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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underfootadverb [not gradable]

us   /ˌʌn·dərˈfʊt/
under your feet as you walk: The grass felt pleasant and cool underfoot. The cat keeps getting underfoot (= in the way).
(Definition of underfoot from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “underfoot”
in Spanish debajo de los pies, en el suelo…
in Vietnamese ở dưới chân…
in Malaysian di tanah…
in Thai ที่อยู่ใต้เท้า…
in French par terre…
in German am Boden…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在脚下, 在地上…
in Turkish ayak altındaki, basılan, yerdeki…
in Russian под ногами…
in Indonesian di bawah kaki…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在腳下, 在地上…
in Polish pod stopami lub nogami…
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