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lace sth up

verb [T] uk phrasal verb with lace   /leɪs/ us  
to fasten shoes, boots, or a piece of clothing by tying the laces: She can lace up her shoes and she's only five! lace-up shoes
Translations of “lace sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 繫好…的鞋帶, 繫好…的繫帶…
in Russian шнуровать…
in Turkish bağcıklarla bağlamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 系好…的鞋带, 系好…的系带…
in Polish zawiązywać coś…
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