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high heelsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˌhaɪ ˈhiːlz/ us   /ˌhaɪ ˈhiːlz/
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high heelsplural noun

/ˈhɑɪ ˈhilz/ also high-heeled shoes, /ˈhɑɪˌhild ˈʃuz/
shoes usually worn by women that have a very tall piece on the bottom that lifts the back of the foot higher than the front
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Translations of “high heels”
in Arabic كَعب عال…
in Korean 하이힐…
in Portuguese sapato alto…
in Catalan sabates de taló…
in Japanese ハイヒール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高跟鞋…
in Turkish yüksek topuklu ayakkabı…
in Russian туфли на высоких каблуках…
in Chinese (Traditional) 高跟鞋…
in Italian tacchi alti…
in Polish wysokie obcasy…
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