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English translation of 'zoccolo'

zoccolo

(ˈtsɔkkolo)

masculine noun

  1. (di cavallo) hoof
  2. (calzatura) clog
    1. (architecture) plinth
    2. (di parete) skirting (board) (Brit), baseboard (US)
    3. (di armadio) base (support)

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'zoccolo' in Other Languages

British English: clog /klɒɡ/ NOUN
Clogs are heavy leather or wooden shoes with thick wooden soles.
  • American English: clog
  • Arabic: قَبْقَاب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tamanco
  • Chinese: 木屐
  • Croatian: klompa
  • Czech: dřevák
  • Danish: træsko
  • Dutch: klomp
  • European Spanish: zueco
  • Finnish: puukenkä
  • French: sabot
  • German: Holzschuh
  • Greek: τσόκαρο
  • Italian: zoccolo
  • Japanese: 木靴
  • Korean: 나막신
  • Norwegian: tresko
  • Polish: kłoda
  • European Portuguese: tamanco
  • Romanian: sabot
  • Russian: сабо
  • Spanish: zueco
  • Swedish: träsko
  • Thai: รองเท้าไม้
  • Turkish: takunya
  • Ukrainian: сабо
  • Vietnamese: chiếc guốc
British English: hoof NOUN
The hooves of an animal such as a horse are the hard lower parts of its feet.
The horses' hooves often could not get a proper grip.
  • American English: hoof
  • Brazilian Portuguese: casco
  • Chinese: > 蹄马等动物的
  • European Spanish: pezuña
  • French: sabot
  • German: Huf
  • Italian: zoccolo
  • Japanese: ひづめ
  • Korean: 말굽
  • European Portuguese: casco
  • Spanish: pezuña

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Translation of zoccolo from the Collins Italian to English
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