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sole

noun
 
/soʊl/
the bottom part of your foot that you walk on
Translations of “sole”
in Korean 발바닥…
in Arabic أخْمُص القَدَم…
in French plante (du pied), semelle…
in Turkish taban, alt, pençe…
in Italian pianta del piede, suola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腳, 腳底, 鞋底…
in Russian ступня, подошва, камбала…
in Polish podeszwa, sola…
in Spanish planta, suela…
in Portuguese planta do pé, sola…
in German die Sohle, die Bodenfläche…
in Catalan planta, sola…
in Japanese 足の裏, 靴の裏…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脚, 脚底, 鞋底…
(Definition of sole noun from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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