Definition of 'wellingtons'
Example sentences containing 'wellingtons'
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Then he returned to the car, opened the boot, and changed into a pair of wellingtons. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE (2003)Her wellingtons squelched water and her jeans were soaked, but she was hardly aware of anything. GRACE (2003)I'd seen men in suits measuring his fields, putting their wellingtons into plastic bags before they got back into their smooth grey cars. WHITE LIES (2003)
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Translations for 'wellingtons'
British English: wellingtons /ˈwɛlɪŋtənz/ NOUN
Wellingtons are long rubber boots which you wear to keep your feet dry.
- American English: rubber boots
- Arabic: حِذَاءٌ مَطَّاطيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: botas de borracha
- Chinese: 高统靴
- Croatian: gumene čizme
- Czech: holínky
- Danish: gummistøvler
- Dutch: rubberlaarzen
- European Spanish: botas de agua
- Finnish: kumisaappaat
- French: bottes en caoutchouc
- German: Gummistiefel
- Greek: αδιάβροχες μπότες
- Italian: stivali di gomma
- Japanese: ウェリントンブーツ
- Korean: 고무장화
- Norwegian: gummistøvler
- Polish: kalosze do kolan
- European Portuguese: botas de borracha
- Romanian: cizme de cauciuc
- Russian: резиновые сапоги
- Spanish: botas de agua
- Swedish: gummistövlar
- Thai: รองเท้าบู๊ทยาง
- Turkish: lastik çizmeler
- Ukrainian: високі ґумові чоботи
- Vietnamese: ủng cao su
Definition of wellingtons from the Collins English Dictionary
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