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on (or by) foot

Definition of on or by foot in English:

Walking rather than travelling by car or using other transport.
Example sentences
  • Motorists were forced to abandon their vehicles in the road and walk the remaining distance on foot.
  • The first time he came was in 1945 when the main means of transport was by foot or rickshaw.
  • In the past, hockey fans could walk on foot for miles to watch their favourite stars.
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