Definition of 'booted'
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She was the first to get booted off this week. The Sun (2012)The winger crossed the line three times in the first half AND booted six goals. The Sun (2009)But she added: 'I expected to get booted on week one so to be in the final is very exciting. The Sun (2013)He approached the body of the King and kicked it with his booted foot, to make absolutely sure his father was dead. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)
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