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(chiefly UK, uncountable) Foot (pedestrian) traffic.
foot + fall
The owners of London institution Liberty saw a reduced footfall in the West End by a downturn in shopper numbers in the capital.
Monitoring 53 Number of new business start-ups and pedestrian footfall in the area.
Retail outlets exist more and more in large shopping centers and the key to success is to drive increased footfall into these premises.
The business enjoys a heavy footfall of passing trade in addition to a regular trade from local residents.
Some have thus enjoyed access this year, largely due to adopting a low profile and low footfall.
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