footing englannista suomeksi
- In ascents, every step gained is a footing and help to the next.
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(RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)
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Stability or balance when standing on one's feet.
(quote-journal) lost his footing to allow (w) to race clear for Arsenal's fourth after 85 minutes before the Netherlands striker completed a second treble against Chelsea by hammering his third past (w) deep into stoppage time.
1866, Francis A. Corliss, ''Supreme Court, County of New York'' (p.111)
- The auditing of the accounts, when the defendant was present, was nothing more than the examinings of the footings of the bookkeeper.
The act of putting a foot to anything; also, that which is added as a foot
A double-check of the numbers vertically.
(present participle of)
Exercise walking, jogging (as a form of exercise)
2014, Erin McCahan, ''Cool, Sweet, Hot, Love'', Nathan (publ.), page 8.
2006, Vittorino Andreoli, ''Alfabeto delle relazioni'', BUR Saggi.
2014, Alex de Deus Monteiro, ''El hijo de un Dios Mayor'', Bubok Publishing, (ISBN), page 24.