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court shoenoun [C]

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a type of plain shoe with a raised heel and no way of fastening it to the foot, worn by women
Translations of “court shoe”
in Chinese (Traditional) (女式無鞋帶的)船形高跟鞋…
in Chinese (Simplified) (女式无鞋带的)高跟浅帮鞋…
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