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underfoot
American English: /ˌəndərˈfʊt/
British English: /ʌndəˈfʊt/

Translation of underfoot in Spanish:

adverb

  • debajo de los pies
    it's slippery underfoot
    el suelo está resbaladizo
    to trample something underfoot
    pisotear algo
    Example sentences
    • It's usually really cold, the ground underfoot gets muddy and the badly controlled crowd management means that it takes ages to leave.
    • The grass was dying as well; the sickly yellowish leaves crumbled as they were trodden underfoot.
    • With the ground underfoot very wet, players were slipping all over the park and passing moves were continually let down by poor handling.

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