Spanish translation of 'on foot'
⇒ to be on one's feet
estar de pie,
estar parado (LAm)
⇒ he's on his feet all day long
está trajinando todo el santo día,
no descansa en todo el día
⇒ he's on his feet again
ya está recuperado or repuesto
Example Sentences Including 'on foot'
That probably means lying up by day, travelling on foot by night, keeping out of towns, villages.In Love and War
They were followed within minutes by an angry mob of settlers on foot , determined to avenge the murder of one of their leaders.When the Apricots Bloom
He parked his BMW on the grass verge, punched in the code for his intruder alarm, then crossed the bridge on foot.The Endless Game
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Translation of on foot from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary