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From the English verb foot:
footing is:
   Gerund

footing  Noun
  1. Translate "footing" to Spanish: cimiento, base, cimentación, base para cimiento, base para fundaciones
    English Synonyms of "footing": foundation, base, bottom, foot, ground, mount, bed, fundament
    Define meaning of "footing": A place providing support for the foot in standing or climbing. ; A relation that provides the foundation for something.
  2. They were on a friendly footing.
    He worked on an interim basis.

  3. Translate "footing" to Spanish: base, soporte, apoyatura
    English Synonyms of "footing": basis, foundation, ground, logical foundation, rationale, fundament
    Define meaning of "footing": A relation that provides the foundation for something.

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  5. Translate "footing" to Spanish: pedestal, pie, zócalo
    English Synonyms of "footing": stand, pedestal, plinth, base, bottom, foot, plinth of a statue
    Define meaning of "footing": A support or foundation.

  6. Translate "footing" to Spanish: apoyadero para los pies, apoyapiés, reposapiés
    English Synonyms of "footing": footrest, footboard, foothold
    Define meaning of "footing": Small wooden rest for the feet. ; A low stool to rest the feet of a seated person.

  7. Translate "footing" to Spanish: total de una columna, total de una suma

footing  Adjective
  1. Translate "footing" to Spanish: del cimiento, de las basas, del basamento

Conceptually-related expressions of "footing"
foot  Verb
Plural: foots
  1. Translate "foot" to Spanish: hacer el pie de

  2. Translate "foot" to Spanish: sufragar
    English Synonyms of "foot": defray the cost of, meet the cost of, pay for, defray, subvene
    Define meaning of "foot": Pay for something.
  3. Pick up the tab.
    Pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages.
    Foot the bill.

  4. Translate "foot" to Spanish: ir a pie por
    English Synonyms of "foot": go by foot over
    Define meaning of "foot": Walk.
  5. Let's hoof it to the disco.

foot  Noun
  1. Translate "foot" to Spanish: pie, queso
    English Synonyms of "foot": tootsie, tootsy, hoof
    Define meaning of "foot": Travel by foot. ; The foot of a human being.
  2. He followed on foot.
    The swiftest of foot.
    His bare feet projected from his trousers.
    Armored from head to foot.

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  3. Translate "foot" to Spanish: base, pie, pinrel
    English Synonyms of "foot": base, foundation, bottom, footing, ground, mount
    Define meaning of "foot": Lowest support of a structure.
  4. It was built on a base of solid rock.
    He stood at the foot of the tower.

  5. Translate "foot" to Spanish: pie, doce pulgadas
    English Synonyms of "foot": twelve inches
    Define meaning of "foot": A linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard.
  6. He is six feet tall.

  7. Translate "foot" to Spanish: pie, parte inferior de una página
    English Synonyms of "foot": bottom part of a page

foot  Adjective
  1. Translate "foot" to Spanish: de los pies, del pie
    English Synonyms of "foot": pedal
    Define meaning of "foot": Of or relating to the feet.

Verb Conjugation for "foot"
Gerund: footing

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will foot

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Conceptually-related expressions of "foot"
abnormal position of a bone of the foot
abundant venous network located in the subcutaneous tissue of the foot
accessory flexor muscle of foot
ampere-foot
amperes per square foot
animal with four digits on each foot
ankle-foot orthosis
anterior leg muscle that dorsiflexes and inverts the foot
anterior leg muscle that extends the big toe, dorsiflexes the foot, and assists with foot inversion
application to the sole of the foot
arch of foot
arch of the foot
arcuate artery of foot
arterial network localized on the dorsum of the foot
articulation of foot
at the foot
at the foot of
athlete's foot
back of foot reflex
ball of the foot
ballerina-foot pattern
bare foot
be bound hand and foot
be lame in one foot
be off on the wrong foot
be tied hand and foot
big foot
bind hand and foot
board foot
bound hand and foot
bridge of the foot
broad foot
buttress foot
by foot
camel's foot tree
Cantlie's foot tetter
cat-foot
catch on the wrong foot
Charcot's foot
claw foot
cleft foot
closing duck-foot quote
cloven-foot
club foot
common digital artery of foot
common digital vein of foot
congenital deformed foot
contracted foot
creature or being having but one foot
crippled in one foot
cross-foot
crow's-foot
crush the fire with one's foot
crush under one's foot
cubic foot
cuneiform bone of the foot
curved artery found in the foot sole
curved artery in the foot
curved part of the foot
curved part of the sole of the foot
dance hopping on each foot
dangle foot
disabled in one foot
dorsal artery of foot
dorsal artery of the foot
dorsal digital artery of foot
dorsal digital nerve of foot
dorsal digital vein of foot
dorsal fascia of foot
dorsal foot artery
dorsal interosseous muscle of foot
dorsal interosseous vein of foot
dorsal venous arch of foot
dorsal venous network of foot
dorsum of foot reflex
dorsum of the foot region
drop foot
Dupuytren's disease of the foot
electric foot
feathered-foot grouse
fescue foot
fibular margin of foot
find one's foot
finger flexion when foot strikes
flat-foot
fleet of foot
flexion of the first toe by stimulating the sole of the foot
foot muscle that helps maintain the arch of the foot
forced foot
Friedreich's foot
from head to foot
fundiform ligament of foot
get off on the right foot
get off on the wrong foot
give the foot
go by foot
go by foot over
go on foot
half a metrical foot
hand-and-foot syndrome
hand-foot syndrome
hare's foot
hare's-foot clover
have a big foot
have one's best foot forward
heavy-foot
hind foot
Hong Kong foot
hot foot
I wouldn't touch it with a ten-foot pole
iambic verse having a spondee or trochee replacing the sixth or last foot
ice foot
immersion foot
Indian foot-plow
inside of the foot
keep your mouth shut and you won't put your foot in it
large long-necked flightless bird that has long featherless legs with two toes on each foot
lateral part of longitudinal arch of foot
lead-foot it
leg curving outward at the top and inward farther down so as to end in an ornamental foot
lion's foot
longitudinal arch of foot
lose foot
lumbrical muscle of foot
Madura foot
march foot
measure of a single metrical foot
medicinal foot bath
Morand's foot
Morton's foot
mossy foot
my foot
neat's-foot oil
of the left foot
of the sole of the foot
on foot
on the right foot
on the wrong foot
one-foot-thick
open one's mouth and put one's foot in
open one's mouth and put one's foot in it
opening duck-foot quote
pad foot
path for people going on foot
perforating artery of foot
pericapillary end foot
perivascular foot
presser foot
pronated foot
pronation of foot
pumiced foot
put a foot wrong
put one's best foot forward
put one's foot down
put one's foot in
put one's foot in it
put the shoe on the right foot
rabbit-foot
rabbit-foot clover
rear part of the foot sole
relating to the sole of the foot
remain on foot
root of foot
sandal foot
scaphoid bone of the foot
set foot
set foot in
set foot on
set off on the right foot
set on foot
set one's foot down
shaped like the sole of a human foot
sheep-foot roller
shoot oneself in the foot
shoot oneself on the foot
single-foot
small foot
snake foot
snake foot pedestal
sole of the foot
splay-foot
square foot
stamp one's foot
stamp the ground with the foot
stamp with the foot
stand on foot
start off on the right foot
start off on the wrong foot
start off with the wrong foot
stick one's foot in
strike or beat the floor with a forcible downward thrust of the foot
stub one's foot against
sucker foot
supination of the foot
sweep off one's foot
synovial sheath of digits of foot
synovial sheath of tendons of foot
tabetic foot
tarsal bone in the foot
tendon sheath of flexor digitorum longus muscle of foot
that goes on foot
the boot's on the other foot
tiny foot
touch not with a ten-foot pole
trample under foot
transverse arch of foot
traveler on foot
tread under foot
trench foot
tube foot
two-foot-high
upper surface of the arch of the foot
wait on hand and foot
weak foot
which has a single undivided hoof on each foot
which has one foot
which walks on the outer edge of its foot
who travels on foot
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