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clogs

noun [plural]
 
 
/klɒɡz/
shoes made from wood, or shoes with a wooden sole (= bottom part) Shoes and shoemaking
Translations of “clogs”
in Russian башмаки на деревянной подошве, сабо…
in Turkish takunya…
in Polish drewniaki…
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