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moccasin

noun [C]  /ˈmɑk·ə·sɪn/ us  
a light shoe made completely of soft leather and having stitches around the top
Translations of “moccasin”
in Spanish mocasín…
in French mocassin…
in German der Mokassin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 莫卡辛軟皮鞋,無後跟軟幫皮鞋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 莫卡辛软皮鞋,无后跟软帮皮鞋…
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