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footpath
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Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a path that is made for people to walk along, especially in the country: a public footpath
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

public | long-distance

VERB + FOOTPATH

follow, take, use | keep to

FOOTPATH + VERB

follow sth, lead, run
The footpath runs along the canal.
| cross sth
a footpath crossing farmland
| link sth
the footpath linking Sprotton and Lumm

FOOTPATH + NOUN

network, system

PREP.

along a/the ~
We walked along the footpath.
| by (a/the) ~
The monastery is an hour away by footpath.
| down a/the ~, on the ~
We stood on the footpath and waited for a gap in the traffic.
| up a/the ~ | ~ across, ~ along, ~ alongside, ~ from, ~ over, ~ through, ~ to
the footpath through the wood



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