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Polish translation of “boot”

boot

noun [C]
 
 
/buːt/
SHOE A2 a strong shoe that covers your foot and part of your leg
but, kozaczek
a pair of boots Shoes and shoemaking
CAR UK ( US trunk) B1 a closed space at the back of a car for storing things in
bagażnik
The exterior of vehicles
get/be given the boot informal to be told that you must leave your job
wylecieć z pracy
Firing staff and being fired
→ See also car boot sale, too big for your boots
(Definition of boot noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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