Translation of footprint in Spanish:


huella, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfʊtprɪnt//ˈfʊtˌprɪnt/


  • 1

    (of foot)
    huella feminine
    • There was a footprint about five feet ahead of me, which looked like what one of their footprints should look like.
    • The grassy ground was muddy and marked with numerous footprints, filling with water as raindrops fell.
    • The waves crashed in over her delicate feet and erased the footprints in the sand behind her.
    • The argument for authenticity also hinges on the assumption that the footprints show a foot skeleton unique in proportion relative to human feet.
    • She walked away, her shoes leaving footprints on the lightly snow covered ground.
    • He looked down at the ground, not even footprints could be found.
    • There were some deep footprints in the ground near the wall and stile that were made when the ground was much softer than it was now.
    • Yet in the sand was a third set of footprints and the smudgy impression of his body being dragged away.
    • In one of the trenches, possible animal footprints or impressions have been found.
    • She set off across the meadow, leaving no footprints on the ground.
    • She went into her room, her feet making footprints on the dusty floor.
    • We took the shoes and formed footprints, leading up four storeys or so.
    • I had seen strange things on the island: a footprint from a large shoe, when we all went around with bare feet; a cigarette end - none of us smoked; strange shadows among the trees, shadows that belonged to no one.
    • Everywhere the red-tinted cement is impressed with the footprints of children, feral dogs, rickshaws.
    • They cautiously advanced into the small basin, carefully examining the ground for footprints or other signs of recent use.
    • During the next patrol, at about 10 p.m., however, our men found fresh footprints on the wet ground.
    • And of course Buddhists still use it to symbolise the feet or footprints of the Buddha.
    • The ground held hard, but her shoes left a footprint.
    • The wear on the sole of a shoe obvious from a footprint can often be just as useful.
    • She took a few steps, her shoes making footprints in the dust on the floor.
  • 2

    (area covered, space occupied)
    perfil masculine
    espacio de utilización masculine
    • So to sum up we've got a very good OS that's a pleasure to use, and that you're going to think just about justifies the vast hardware footprint.
    • In 61 minutes, the machine compiled a model with a memory footprint larger than the largest user space in 32-bit Linux - 3.6GB.
    • Most of them have unique benefits over any other window manager - smaller memory footprints, more efficient code, better extensibility and so forth.
    • When running in 2D mode, the graphics has a memory footprint as small as 1MB.
    • The new enginehouse sits beside the old V & T turntable pit and does not cover the footprint of the former wooden roundhouse, which varied between four and six stalls.
    • It's going to be very important to maintain the regimental footprints in the these areas.
    • Mayor Angelo Tsirekas argued that the footprint of the development remained constant, so the overall impact of the alterations was minimal.
    • The system uses a flat panel touchscreen and a separate IR keyboard and its small footprint allows it to fit any test bench.
    • In-band replication solutions are non-invasive, having no need for a software footprint on the application server.
    • The reduced footprint of SATA data connections frees up space on motherboards, potentially allowing for more convenient layouts and room for more onboard features!
    • The proposed gas terminal consists of a series of buildings and other structures which will be constructed on a platform footprint area of approximately 13 hectares.
    • Just to the east of the Better Living Centre is a plaque in the ground that shows the footprints of the old grandstands, as well as some of the old seats from the stadium.
    • This suggests that developers might be better off concentrating their energies on PDAs and other devices with larger footprints and screens.
    • When we enter, we are daunted by the great height of the room in comparison with its modest footprint.
    • He said Magellan had chosen the number of houses to reduce the footprint of development on the site, to reduce the impact on the green belt.
    • Consolidation also reduces facilities and device maintenance expenses through the reduction of the storage footprint and optimization of physical device usage.
    • To achieve a workable space, the floor of the arcades that covered the footprint of the theatre was demolished.
    • And by just taking the pieces I want, I have smaller footprints because I leave behind the features I don't need.
    • Widening will be done in most cases within the existing footprint of the road by eating into hard shoulders and central reservations.
    • The program leaves a small footprint on your PC as most of the data resides on the CD.
    • The sales footprint covers key markets in Germany, Spain, Scandinavia, Portugal, and the UK amongst others.
    • Over the coming weeks I will be discussing with my colleagues in Scottish Development International how best to enlarge our footprint in what is a market of massive significance.
    • The CX6400 takes up minimal space - it's got a small footprint, and it's not too tall for a printer with a flatbed scanner topping it.
    • But the streets, the oldest footprint of the town, remain in so many American cities with surprising obduracy.
    • In addition, they have all increased the densities of drives within rack environments to ensure the footprint provides maximum capacity in limited space.
    • Finally, technology footprints continue to shrink, leaving that much more space ready to be used for other uses.
    • It's equally important to create a livable community for a greater number of people on the same footprint, said Mussatto.
    • Backup initially consisted of moving data to some form of media that could be transported and housed in a reasonable footprint and stored for long periods of time.
    • The new service, once consumer-driven, has expanded its footprint to include public safety networks and municipal applications.
    • But the real selling point for this printer is its space-saving footprint.
    • And libraries do offer high-density storage in a small footprint.
    • Third, it has a small footprint, saving space in the data centre.
    • Squeeze a modern NFL stadium inside the footprint of the original Soldier Field.
    • If the footprint exceeds the available biologically productive area of the country, it runs an ecological deficit (fourth column of Table 1).
    • Its four storeys would cover the same footprint of the factory, but would not be at a higher level.
    • Lake County voting records show there are 116 people registered to vote in the footprint of the U.S. Steel Yard stadium.
    • Compare the total amount of data that can be stored in the same footprint and DVD gets much more attractive than MO.
    • But as the borders of colonialism receded, R & D receded with them, shrinking to match the footprint of the consumer market.
    • And we're looking at reducing the footprint of this facility as people are moving forward.
    • The net effect was to reduce their storage footprint by about 30%, which in turn pushed back the need for upgrading the mail server with larger hard drives.
  • 3

    impacto masculine
    huella feminine
    social footprint impacto / huella social
    • Thanks to solar panels that soak up energy during the day to power the wheel, those extravagant light shows have a minuscule carbon footprint.
    • How much do you think consumers care about individual products ' carbon footprint?
    • I hope these power-hungry server farms start looking to reducing their energy footprint.
    • These may be small steps, but the energy monitors help you understand your contributions to cut your carbon footprint.
    • So shrink your carbon footprint and find out more.
    • Unlike high-energy silicon manufacture, this will be a cheap low-temperature process for a small carbon footprint.
    • The company lost huge marks for not acknowledging the extent of its carbon footprint.
    • Primarily aimed at small businesses, the initiative also includes effective managements solutions in an attempt to reduce the carbon footprint of HP products.
    • The backlit screen does that for you and at night you can reduce brightness, thereby cutting your carbon footprint further.
    • Not only is launching from a balloon well proven and cheaper, it also leaves a carbon footprint so small as to be invisible.
    • This will reduce the utility's carbon footprint.
    • We can design our products to minimize the environmental footprint they leave.
    • Using the same aggregates as normal concrete, it could be used anywhere cement is but with a fraction of the carbon footprint.
    • This need not be the case; steps can be taken to reduce the carbon footprint of even the smallest of organisations.
    • I am not sure that would lower the worlds carbon footprint.
    • Music streaming can be bad for your carbon footprint - the computer has to be on to play audio files from its hard drive.
    • But my hunch is that the carbon footprint per page viewed will be less on the screen.
    • Anything that is reasonable in price and technically feasible that can reduce carbon footprint might work.
    • This is just another example of how we leave carbon footprints everywhere we go.
    • And companies concerned about their carbon footprints or looking to cultivate a green image may consider videoconferencing as a way to show their commitment to the environment.