Definition of 'footpath'

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And that much of the line is now a footpath leading to the city. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Already vast stretches are now joined up by footpaths and coastal walks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They also moved a public footpath that passed right by their front door. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The property has a tennis court that lies next to a public footpath. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It can be reached only by a public footpath. The Sun (2007)They are also being allowed to drive their vans on public footpaths with no one doing anything about it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The place and its birds can be enjoyed from a public footpath just beyond the boundary of the reserve. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All the main rooms have river views and there is a large terrace with a footpath leading to the river. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Turn right at the footpath sign. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a public footpath at the back of our house that allows us access to the main road from our garden. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Opponents are also worried that the wall could affect a public footpath running along the edge of the property by the shore. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The site is a 20- minute walk along a footpath and up through the woods. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Follow a footpath and see how it's shown on the map as a green dotted line. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The footpath got narrower, the going got tougher. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Find two footpath signs on right and take the second one; walk for ten minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A footpath leads down to a small beach and there are fine sand beaches nearby. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Ignore coastal footpath to right. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was warm and sunny, and we followed fields and footpaths, finally stopping in a wood. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If you have the time, try to cover some of the 125 miles of the splendid coastal footpath. The Sun (2015)The Sweet Track was essentially a narrow footpath made from split planks raised and supported on timbers driven into the peat. Francis Pryor BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans (2003)You can follow a mile-long footpath around the lake, where openings in the forest offer views of the farmland and the surrounding mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A coastal footpath runs through the village and Exmoor is near by, too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'footpath'

British English: footpath /ˈfʊtˌpɑːθ/ NOUN
A footpath is a path for people to walk on.
  • American English: footpath
  • Arabic: طَرِيقٌ لِلمَارَّة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: trilha
  • Chinese: 小路
  • Croatian: pješačka staza
  • Czech: pěšina
  • Danish: gangsti
  • Dutch: voetpad
  • European Spanish: sendero
  • Finnish: polku
  • French: sentier
  • German: Fußweg
  • Greek: μονοπάτι
  • Italian: sentiero
  • Japanese: 歩行者用の小道
  • Korean: 보도
  • Norwegian: gangsti
  • Polish: chodnik ścieżka
  • European Portuguese: caminho para peões
  • Romanian: potecă
  • Russian: пешеходная дорожка
  • Spanish: sendero
  • Swedish: gångstig
  • Thai: ทางเดิน
  • Turkish: patika
  • Ukrainian: тротуар
  • Vietnamese: đường đi bộ


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