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footage

[ foot-ij ]
/ ˈfʊt ɪdʒ /
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noun
length or extent in feet: the footage of lumber.
Mining.
  1. payment by the running foot of work done.
  2. the amount so paid.
a motion-picture scene or scenes: newsreel footage; jungle footage.
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Origin of footage

First recorded in 1890–95; foot + -age

OTHER WORDS FROM footage

un·der·foot·age, noun
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How to use footage in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for footage

footage
/ (ˈfʊtɪdʒ) /

noun
a length or distance measured in feet
  1. the extent of film material shot and exposed
  2. the sequences of filmed material
  1. payment, by the linear foot of work done
  2. the amount paid
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