steel-toecapped Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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steel-toecappedadjective

uk   /ˌstiːlˈtəʊ.kæpt/  us   /-ˈtoʊ-/ (also steel-capped, uk   /ˌstiːlˈkæpt/ us   , US steel-toed, us   /ˌstiːlˈtoʊd/ uk   )
used for describing a shoe or boot with a metal part in the end to protect your toes, worn especially by people in the building industry
(Definition of steel-toecapped from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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