Definition of 'sock'
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The chips alone will blow your socks off. The Sun (2014)Yet that is where they will be if they do not pull their socks up. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The cover is worse than an actual picture of an old sock. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is understood that a similar campaign is being planned for pants and socks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The body armour is electronic and we have sensors in the socks that cover our feet. The Sun (2012)The ankle sock trend has given a whole new shelf life to sandals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Wear woolly socks and put on a jersey. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They put you in like tennis gear with a headband and white shorts and socks. The Sun (2010)Pop on a pair of bed socks and leave on overnight. The Sun (2010)Slowly your plastic bag of odd socks swells. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Also shirts and socks are needed now. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Let me tell you something which will blow your socks off. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)The scriptwriters need to pull their socks up! The Sun (2014)He leaves the room and comes back with scissors and a handful of old white athletic socks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Is the thrill of washing his socks so great that you have to pay council tax from the same address? The Sun (2012)Inside the sock was a foot. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He stands out from the crowd with his dyed red hair and knee-high socks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He wore neatly pressed shorts and a pair of knee-length socks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wear warm gloves, socks and shoes in the cold. The Sun (2010)Can anybody explain the recent of knee-high socks doing the rounds of street fashion blogs? Times, Sunday Times (2008)DON'T Wear socks without pants or a shirt without pants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I had a great big sock down there for six weeks. The Sun (2013)She embellished her knee-length socks and hotpants with what looked like a set of wind chimes dangling from her ears. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'sock'
British English: sock /sɒk/ NOUN
Socks are pieces of clothing which cover your foot and ankle and are worn inside shoes.
...a pair of red socks.
- American English: sock
- Arabic: جَوْرَبٌ قَصِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: meia
- Chinese: 袜子
- Croatian: sokna
- Czech: ponožka
- Danish: sok
- Dutch: sok
- European Spanish: calcetín
- Finnish: sukka
- French: chaussette
- German: Socke
- Greek: κάλτσα
- Italian: calzino
- Japanese: ソックス
- Korean: 양말
- Norwegian: sokk
- Polish: skarpeta
- European Portuguese: meia
- Romanian: șosetă
- Russian: носок
- Spanish: calcetín
- Swedish: socka
- Thai: ถุงเท้า
- Turkish: çorap
- Ukrainian: шкарпетка
- Vietnamese: tất
Definition of sock from the Collins English Dictionary
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