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barefoot

adjective, adverb [not gradable]  us   /ˈbeərˌfʊt/ (also barefooted,  /ˈberˌfʊt̬·ɪd, ˈbær-/ )
not wearing any shoes or socks: A young barefoot girl led him away.
Translations of “barefoot”
in Korean 맨발의…
in Arabic حافي القَدَمَين…
in Portuguese descalço, sem sapato…
in Catalan descalç…
in Japanese はだしの…
in Italian scalzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 赤腳的(地)…
in Russian босой…
in Turkish çıplak ayak, çıplak ayakla…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赤脚的(地)…
in Polish na bosaka, boso…
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