Definition of 'high-heeled'
Example sentences containing 'high-heeled'
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She had on very skinny high-heeled shoes and a brown purse to match. Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)I wear high-heeled boots when we perform. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is a high-heeled sandal moment - possibly with an ankle strap. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some high-heeled golden sandals, by the looks of it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They've built a church there shaped like an enormous high-heeled glass shoe. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The court found that the driver's high-heeled sandals were a contributory factor after they got caught under the foot pedals. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It can be brought on by years of wearing high-heeled or ill-fitting shoes that push the toe bones against the nerve. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your legs are stunning so slap on some fake tan, pop your manicured toes into high-heeled sandals and put your best foot forward. The Sun (2012)Recent studies have shown that the number of ankle injuries caused by high-heeled shoes has doubled in some European countries over the past decade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On my wall is a collection of handbags brought back from around the world, and by the fireplace are my favourite high-heeled shoes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'high-heeled'
Used Rarely. high-heeled is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'high-heeled'
British English: high-heeled /ˈhaɪˌhiːld/ ADJECTIVE
High-heeled shoes are women's shoes that have high heels.
- American English: high-heeled
- Arabic: كَعْبٌ عَالِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: com salto alto
- Chinese: 高跟的
- Croatian: visokih peta
- Czech: na vysokém podpatku
- Danish: højhælet
- Dutch: met hoge hakken
- European Spanish: de tacón alto
- Finnish: korkeakorkoinen
- French: à talons
- German: hochhackig
- Greek: ψηλοτάκουνος
- Italian: con i tacchi alti
- Japanese: ハイヒールの
- Korean: 하이힐의
- Norwegian: høyhælt
- Polish: na wysokich obcasach
- European Portuguese: com salto alto
- Romanian: pe tocuri
- Russian: на высоких каблуках
- Spanish: de tacón alto
- Swedish: högklackad
- Thai: ที่มีส้นสูง
- Turkish: yüksek topuklu
- Ukrainian: на підборах
- Vietnamese: có gót cao
Definition of high-heeled from the Collins English Dictionary
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