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/ ˈfʊtˌstɛp /
the setting down of a foot, or the sound so produced; footfall; tread.
the distance covered by a step in walking; pace.
a step by which to ascend or descend.
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follow in someone's footsteps, to succeed or imitate another person.
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British Dictionary definitions for follow in someone's foot-steps
/ (ˈfʊtˌstɛp) /
the action of taking a step in walking
the sound made by stepping or walking
the distance covered with a step; pace
a single stair; step
to continue the tradition or example of another
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Word Origin and History for follow in someone's foot-steps
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Idioms and Phrases with follow in someone's foot-steps
see follow in someone's footsteps.
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