[foo t-noht] /ˈfʊtˌnoʊt/
an explanatory or documenting or comment at the bottom of a page, referring to a specific part of the text on the page.
a minor or tangential comment or event added or subordinated to a main statement or more important event.
verb (used with object), footnoted, footnoting.
to add a footnote or footnotes to (a text, statement, etc.); annotate:
to footnote a dissertation.
a note printed at the bottom of a page, to which attention is drawn by means of a reference mark in the body of the text
an additional comment, as to a main statement
(transitive) to supply (a page, book, etc) with footnotes
1841, from foot (n.) + note (n.). So called from its original position at the foot of a page. Also sometimes formerly Bottom note. As a verb, from 1864. Related: Footnoted; footnoting.
[foo t-peys] /ˈfʊtˌpeɪs/ noun 1. walking . 2. a raised portion of a floor; platform. 3. a landing or resting place at the end of a short flight of steps. /ˈfʊtˌpeɪs/ noun 1. a normal or walking pace 2. Also called (in the Roman Catholic Church) predella. the platform immediately before an altar at the […]
[foo t-pad] /ˈfʊtˌpæd/ noun 1. a highwayman or robber who goes on . verb (used without object), footpadded, footpadding. 2. to proceed stealthily on . /ˈfʊtˌpæd/ noun 1. (archaic) a robber or highwayman, on foot rather than horseback noun See digital pad n. “highway robber,” 1680s, from foot (n.) + pad “pathway,” from Middle Dutch […]
[foo t-path, -pahth] /ˈfʊtˌpæθ, -ˌpɑθ/ noun, plural footpaths [foo t-path z, -pahth z, -paths, -pahths] /ˈfʊtˌpæðz, -ˌpɑðz, -ˌpæθs, -ˌpɑθs/ (Show IPA) 1. a for people going on . 2. British. (def 2). /ˈfʊtˌpɑːθ/ noun 1. a narrow path for walkers only 2. (mainly Brit & Austral, NZ) another word for pavement n. also foot-path 1520s, […]
[foo t-pleyt] /ˈfʊtˌpleɪt/ noun 1. Carpentry. a running beneath and supporting a row of studs; mudsill. 2. a platform or special floor area on which workers stand to operate a machine. /ˈfʊtˌpleɪt/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) footplate foot·plate (fut’plāt’) n.