Translation of "boot" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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bootnoun

uk /buːt/ us /buːt/

boot noun (SHOE)

A1 [ C ] a type of shoe that covers the whole foot and the lower part of the leg

靴子
walking boots 輕便靴
riding boots 馬靴

More examples

  • He lent down and struck a match on the sole of his boot.
  • I'm going to christen my new walking boots on Saturday.
  • There were big clumps of soil on his boots.
  • Don't walk all over my clean floor in your mucky boots.
  • I've had a lot of wear out of these boots - I've had them for five years.

boot noun (CAR)

B1 [ C ] UK US trunk a covered space at the back of a car, for storing things in

(汽車後部的)行李箱
I always keep a blanket and a toolkit in the boot for emergencies. 我總是在汽車後備箱裡放一條毯子和一個工具箱以備急用。
Stolen goods were found in the boot of her car.

boot noun (END)

the boot [ S ] informal

the situation in which your job is taken away from you, usually because you have done something wrong or badly

解僱,開除(通常指因犯錯誤或表現差而失去工作)
She got the boot for stealing money from the cash register. 她因為從收銀機裡偷錢而被解僱了。
Williams has been given the boot from the team. 威廉斯已經被開除出隊了。

boot noun (KICK)

[ C ] UK informal a kick with the foot

猛踢,猛踹
He gave the ball a good boot. 他猛地踢了球一腳。

boot noun (WHEEL)

[ C ] US also Denver boot, UK wheel clamp a metal device attached to the wheel of an illegally parked car that will only be removed when the owner pays an amount of money

(懲罰違章停車的)車輪固定夾

bootverb

uk /buːt/ us /buːt/

boot verb (KICK)

[ T usually + adv/prep ] informal to kick someone or something hard with the foot

猛踢,猛踹
They booted him in the head. 他們猛踢他的頭部。

boot verb (COMPUTER)

[ I or T ] also boot up When a computer boots (up), it becomes ready for use by getting the necessary information into its memory, and when you boot (up) a computer, you cause it to do this.

(使)(電腦)啓動

(Translation of “boot” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)