Italian translation of 'shoelace'
Example Sentences Including 'shoelace'
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On the other side is a fiscal position held together with sticky tape and shoelaces.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He might one day be able to tie his own shoelaces, but reading was unlikely.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There was life in the streets, there were stores where people sold buttons and shoelaces.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
There was the young man who tried to tie my shoelaces together while I was singing with my eyes shut.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
First thing they will have asked is for him to remove his tie, belt and shoelaces.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He adopts a special walk on court and ties his shoelaces in a way to bring him luck.The Sun (2013)
Oh, and he also had his shoelaces undone.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
At one point he accused imaginary attackers of tying his shoelaces together.The Sun (2014)
He now has almost complete use of it - allowing him to tie his shoelaces, carry his granddaughter and drive.The Sun (2016)
I couldn't brush my teeth or tie my shoelaces.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
She insists she is always on the lookout for short people, apparently on the grounds they might undo her shoelaces when she's not looking.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Can't tie their shoelaces, maybe.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Used Rarely. shoelace is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'shoelace' in Other Languages
British English: shoelace /ˈʃuːˌleɪs/ NOUN
Shoelaces are long, narrow pieces of material like pieces of string that you use to fasten your shoes.
He began to tie his shoelaces.
- American English: shoelace
- Arabic: رَبَاطُ الـحِذَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: cadarço
- Chinese: 鞋带
- Croatian: vezice za cipele
- Czech: tkanička do bot
- Danish: snørebånd
- Dutch: schoenveter
- European Spanish: cordón del zapato
- Finnish: kengännauha
- French: lacet
- German: Schnürsenkel
- Greek: κορδόνι
- Italian: laccio da scarpa
- Japanese: 靴ひも
- Korean: 구두끈
- Norwegian: skolisse
- Polish: sznurowadło
- European Portuguese: atacador
- Romanian: șiret
- Russian: шнурок
- Spanish: cordón del zapato
- Swedish: skosnöre
- Thai: เชือกผูกรองเท้า
- Turkish: ayakkabı bağı
- Ukrainian: шнурок
- Vietnamese: dây buộc giày
Translation of shoelace from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary
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