Definition of 'slipper'
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Example sentences containing 'slipper'
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Some were wearing dressing gowns and slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It had the sharp thrill of discovery mixed with the comfort of old slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He could also do with keeping his feet up in a nice comfy pair of slippers. The Sun (2010)Just make sure you leave your pipe and slippers at the door. The Sun (2015)Visitors entering the coach house have to swap their shoes for slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The gaunt singer was clad in pyjamas and slippers. The Sun (2009)Some days he comes into training in a pair of slippers! The Sun (2011)They wear pointed slippers of silk and brocade. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)And he swans around in a dressing gown and slippers. The Sun (2009)His pipe and slippers are in the post. The Sun (2015)Slipper shoes are all over the high street. The Sun (2012)She left the building without a coat despite freezing weather and wearing a pair of hospital slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They clustered at the doorway as an extravagantly dressed woman wearing slippers stepped down from the cab. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And no one will bat an eyelid if you collect another bottle of fizz in your robe and slippers. The Sun (2011)They wore dressing gowns and slippers. The Sun (2010)Grand designs, but where are the fluffy slippers? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a day to shuffle round in old slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Amid rolling hills, you feel special as soon as you stroll round in robe and slippers. The Sun (2015)For example, a slipper or an old shoe would seem to be the obvious choice. Superdog! Action plans that work for a happy and well-behaved pet (1990)Or is it all early nights, comfy slippers and cups of cocoa? The Sun (2012)Who says a 74-year-old should retire with pipe and slippers? Times, Sunday Times (2014)She's taken off her high heels and wears pink, fluffy slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yesterday a mum turned up in a dressing gown, slippers and pyjamas - in the afternoon. The Sun (2016)My feet are sensitive - I get blisters from walking around the house in slippers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'slipper'
British English: slipper /ˈslɪpə/ NOUN
Slippers are loose soft shoes that you wear in the house.
...a pair of old slippers.
- American English: slipper
- Arabic: شِبْشِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: chinelo
- Chinese: 拖鞋
- Croatian: papuča
- Czech: bačkora
- Danish: hjemmesko
- Dutch: slipper
- European Spanish: zapatilla
- Finnish: tohveli
- French: chausson
- German: Pantoffel
- Greek: παντόφλα
- Italian: pantofola
- Japanese: スリッパ
- Korean: 실내화
- Norwegian: tøffel
- Polish: pantofel
- European Portuguese: chinelo
- Romanian: papuc
- Russian: тапочек
- Spanish: zapatilla
- Swedish: toffla
- Thai: รองเท้าสวมเดินในบ้าน
- Turkish: terlik
- Ukrainian: капець
- Vietnamese: dép
Definition of slipper from the Collins English Dictionary
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