[foo t-er] /ˈfʊt ər/
a person or thing having or associated with a height or length of a foot or a specified number of feet (often used in combination):
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Archaic. a person who walks; walker; pedestrian.
(archaic) a person who goes on foot; walker
(in combination) a person or thing of a specified length or height in feet: a six-footer
(Brit, informal) short for football (sense 1)
to potter; occupy oneself trivially or to little effect
a person who footers
c.1600, “pedestrian;” 1781, “a kick at football;” 1863, British student slang, “the game of football;” see foot (n.), football, -er.
[foo t-fawl] /ˈfʊtˌfɔl/ noun 1. a footstep. 2. the sound of footsteps: She heard a footfall on the stairs. /ˈfʊtˌfɔːl/ noun 1. the sound of a footstep n. c.1600; see foot (n.) + fall (n). Perhaps first in Shakespeare.
[foo t-fawlt] /ˈfʊtˌfɔlt/ verb (used without object), Tennis. 1. to commit a .
noun, Tennis. 1. a fault consisting in the failure of the server to keep both feet behind the base line until the ball is hit or to keep at least one foot on the ground while hitting the ball. noun 1. (tennis) a fault that occurs when the server fails to keep both feet behind […]
[foo t-freym] /ˈfʊtˌfreɪm/ noun 1. a rigid midsole molded into the back part of a shoe or boot, adding stability.