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Translation of "shoe" - English-Spanish dictionary

shoe

noun /ʃuː/
an outer covering for the foot
zapato
a new pair of shoes.
(also horseshoe) a curved piece of iron nailed to the hoof of a horse.
herradura
shod /ʃod/ adjective with a shoe or shoes on.
calzado
shoelace noun ( (also shoestringAmerican)) a kind of string or cord for fastening a shoe
cordón
She is doing up her shoelaces.
shoemaker noun a person who makes, repairs, or sells shoes.
zapatero
on a shoestring with or using very little money
muy justo, con pocos recursos
He has to live on a shoestring.
Translations of “shoe”
in Arabic حِذاء…
in Korean 신발…
in Malaysian kasut, ladam…
in French chaussure, fer à cheval…
in Turkish ayakkabı, pabuç…
in Italian scarpa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鞋, 馬蹄鐵…
in Russian туфля, ботинок…
in Polish but…
in Vietnamese giày, sắt bịt móng…
in Portuguese sapato…
in Thai รองเท้า, เกือกม้า…
in German der Schuh, das Hufeisen…
in Catalan sabata…
in Japanese 靴…
in Indonesian sepatu, ladam, sepatu kuda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鞋, 马蹄铁…
(Definition of shoe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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