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light-foot·ed(līt′fo͝ot′ĭd) also light·foot (-fo͝ot′)
Treading with light and nimble ease.
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having a light or nimble tread
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stepping lightly or nimbly; light of foot; nimble.
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|Adj.||1.||light-footed - (of movement) having a light and springy step; "a light-footed girl"|
heavy-footed - (of movement) lacking ease or lightness; "his tired heavy-footed walk"
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adjective nimble, tripping, winged, swift, buoyant, graceful, agile, sprightly, lithe, spry a new generation of light-footed dancers
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light-footed[ˈlaɪtˈfʊtɪd] ADJ → ligero (de pies)
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