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Translation of "boot" - English-Spanish dictionary

boot

noun   /buːt/
A2 a shoe that covers your foot and part of your leg bota a pair of boots
B1 UK ( US trunk) a closed space at the back of a car where you can store things maletero Can you put the bags in the boot?
(Definition of boot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boot

noun /buːt/
a covering for the foot and lower part of the leg, usually made of leather etc bota a pair of suede boots.
(British ) a place for luggage in a motor car etc; trunk (American) maletero We put our suitcases in the boot and drove off.
boot up phrasal verb
(computing) to start a computer by loading its operating system Iniciar He’s having trouble booting up his computer.
give the boot ( get the boot)
(informal ) to dismiss (someone) or to be dismissed (usually from a job) despedir, ser puesto de patitas en la calle He got the boot for always being late.
(Definition of boot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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