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sock

noun [C]  /sɑk/ ( plural socks or sox  /sɑks/) us  

sock noun [C] (FOOT COVERING)

a covering for your foot, worn inside a shoe and made of soft material

sock

verb [T]  /sɑk/ us  

sock verb [T] (HIT)

to hit someone: He socked his brother in the eye.
Translations of “sock”
in Korean 양말…
in Arabic جَوْرَب…
in French chaussettes…
in Turkish çorap…
in Italian calzino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣物, 短襪,襪子…
in Russian носок…
in Polish skarpetka…
in Spanish calcetín…
in Portuguese meia…
in German die Socke…
in Catalan mitjó…
in Japanese 靴下, ソックス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣物, 短袜,袜子…
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