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Meaning of “footpath” - Learner’s Dictionary

footpath

noun [C]     /ˈfʊtpɑːθ/ mainly UK
a path or track for people to walk along, especially in the countryside: a public footpath Pedestrian routes
Translations of “footpath”
in Korean 오솔길…
in Arabic مَمَرّ لِلمُشاة…
in Portuguese caminho, vereda, trilha…
in Catalan sender, camí…
in Japanese 遊歩道, 歩道…
in Italian sentiero per pedoni…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指鄉間的)人行小徑…
in Russian тропинка…
in Turkish patika, keçi yolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指乡间的)人行小径…
in Polish ścieżka…
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