Q: What is the sound of little feet mean?

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A little over 328 feet.

No. Both are units of length, but a foot is only 0.3048 meters. If you are accustomed to feet, a meter is a little over a yard (3 feet).No. Both are units of length, but a foot is only 0.3048 meters. If you are accustomed to feet, a meter is a little over a yard (3 feet).No. Both are units of length, but a foot is only 0.3048 meters. If you are accustomed to feet, a meter is a little over a yard (3 feet).No. Both are units of length, but a foot is only 0.3048 meters. If you are accustomed to feet, a meter is a little over a yard (3 feet).

A little over 5 feet, 6 inches.

The Little Giant Ladder is now available in four sizes: 6 feet (fixed), 6-9 feet (telescoping), 8-13 feet (telescoping), and 10-15 feet (telescoping).

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0.0001894..... your question makes no cense and doesn't sound right. Do you mean how many feet are in a mile? That is 5,280 ft. I believe.

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Nothing: its something the makers of "The Mummy" made up to sound important.

I suppose that feet has long vowel sound.

you use onomatopoeia to give the word sound. by give i mean it is already there. lets take the word flopped. Jim flopped on the bed. the onomatopoeia if flopped because flopped has a little bit of sound with it. now that i said a little bit of sound you think all onomatopoeia has a little bit of sound. that is a no no some onomatopoeis have a lot of sound like KABLOOSH OR BOOOOM.