- n a mark of a foot or shoe on a surface
the police made casts of the footprints in the soft earth outside the window
- n a trace suggesting that something was once present or felt or otherwise important
the footprints of an earlier civilization
- n the area taken up by some object
the computer had a desktop footprint of 10 by 16 inches
- Are you wasting energy? There are ways you can alter your lifestyle to reduce your carbon footprint, the measure of carbon you produce.
- Many hospitals take a footprint of each new baby in the hope of avoiding mix-ups in identity.
- He made his move because he felt guilty about the size of his residential carbon footprint, and now prefers life tiny and tidy.
- Robert Gates in AFP
Based on our outstanding combined portfolio of technology and global footprint, we feel confident that Alcatel-Lucent can resume growth in full year 2007, with growth gaining momentum throughout the year, and with a growth rate at least at the... Patricia Russo http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Russo&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF-kpFU7MCIQws44k0TJE5nLH0X9g Reuters http://www.google.com/url?q=http://today.reuters.com/business/newsArticle.aspx%3Ftype%3Dousiv%26storyID%3D2007-01-23T081326Z_01_L23888058_RTRIDST_0_BUSINESSPRO-ALCATEL-RESULTS-DC.XML&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFTPOLv66znPB0tu1yIbik9o3EtgQ Jan 23, 2007
38848 50170 footprint I think we need to think about how heavy a military footprint the United states ought to have in Afghanistan," Gates told the Senate Armed Services Committee.
- Paul Otellini in Los Angeles Times
Vista has a larger memory footprint, a larger graphics requirement and a higher price point. This is all about low-cost computing,Otellini said.