Translation of footprint in Spanish:
- 1.1 (of foot)Example sentences1.2
(area covered, space occupied)espacio (masculine) de utilizaciónExample sentences
- She walked away, her shoes leaving footprints on the lightly snow covered ground.
- The ground held hard, but her shoes left a footprint.
- Everywhere the red-tinted cement is impressed with the footprints of children, feral dogs, rickshaws.
Example sentences1.3 social footprint
- Its four storeys would cover the same footprint of the factory, but would not be at a higher level.
- The new enginehouse sits beside the old V & T turntable pit and does not cover the footprint of the former wooden roundhouse, which varied between four and six stalls.
- The sales footprint covers key markets in Germany, Spain, Scandinavia, Portugal, and the UK amongst others.
impacto or huella socialExample sentences
- Third, it has a small footprint, saving space in the data centre.
- Compare the total amount of data that can be stored in the same footprint and DVD gets much more attractive than MO.
- The reduced footprint of SATA data connections frees up space on motherboards, potentially allowing for more convenient layouts and room for more onboard features!
- The company lost huge marks for not acknowledging the extent of its carbon footprint.
- Primarily aimed at small businesses, the initiative also includes effective managements solutions in an attempt to reduce the carbon footprint of HP products.
- Music streaming can be bad for your carbon footprint - the computer has to be on to play audio files from its hard drive.
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