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footstepnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfʊt.step/
C1 the sound made by a person walking as their foot touches the ground, or a step (= foot movement): Walking along the darkened street, he heard footsteps close behind him.footsteps [plural] the route a person has taken in order to reach a place or to achieve something: When he realized he'd lost his wallet, he retraced his footsteps (= went back the way he had come).
Traducciones de “footstep”
en coreano 발소리…
en árabe خُطْوة…
en portugués passada, pisada…
en catalán passa, pas…
en japonés 足音…
en italiano passo…
en chino (tradicionál) 腳步聲, 腳步…
en ruso звук шагов…
en turco ayak sesi…
en chino (simplificado) 脚步声, 脚步…
en polaco krok…
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Tesauro SMART: Noises made by the body

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