Definition of 'boot'
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There are also those on set who think he is getting too big for his boots. The Sun (2016)She had said her biggest fear was getting the boot straight away. The Sun (2016)You can keep it more refined too with layering and ankle boots. The Sun (2016)He was just five and his boots were too big for him. The Sun (2016)I also like having ice boots put on my legs after exercise to cool my tendons down as quickly as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To boot, almost two thirds of it belongs to Openreach. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had to run along the track, carrying his boots, before catching a taxi to the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Whilst protective boots are sensible in most instances there is an exception. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Just make sure you leave your hiking boots at the door. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She swings a prettily booted foot on to the coffee table. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The biggest bonus is boot space litres. The Sun (2006)You could hear somebody walking in those boots a mile away. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)You just have to put the boots on. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But sticking out of the top of the boots were two leg bones. Broken Lives (1993)Look for wedges and shoes or boots with rubber composite heels and soles. The Sun (2008)So clear from the boot and avoid carrying weight. The Sun (2008)It has the best name on its boot of any car in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He had to boot the door open. The Sun (2010)But there are more problems for the striker as he hurts himself again putting on his protective boot. The Sun (2015)The first is the ankle boot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is less bulky than most and has claims to be the world's lightest walking boot. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And there you were thinking that Ugg boots had been kicked to the kerb. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once your pack is light, why add pounds to each foot with stout walking boots? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The sole of the hi-tech boots converts foot heat into an electrical current which goes through a cable to the phone. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'boot'
British English: boot /buːt/ NOUN
Boots are strong heavy shoes that cover your whole foot and the lower part of your leg.
He reached down and pulled off his boots.
- American English: boot
- Arabic: حِذَاءٌ طَوِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: bota
- Chinese: 靴子
- Croatian: čizma
- Czech: bota vysoká
- Danish: støvle
- Dutch: laars
- European Spanish: bota
- Finnish: saapas
- French: botte
- German: Stiefel
- Greek: μπότα
- Italian: stivale
- Japanese: ブーツ
- Korean: 장화
- Norwegian: støvel
- Polish: kozak
- European Portuguese: bota
- Romanian: bocanc
- Russian: ботинок
- Spanish: bota
- Swedish: stövel
- Thai: รองเท้าบูท
- Turkish: çizme ayakkabı
- Ukrainian: черевик
- Vietnamese: giày ống
British English: boot VERB
If you boot something such as a ball, you kick it hard.
He booted the ball back up field.
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