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lace sth up

phrasal verb with lace
 
 
/leɪs/ verb
to fasten something with laces: He laced up his boots.Fastening clothing and textiles
Translations of “lace sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 繫好…的鞋帶, 繫好…的繫帶…
in Russian шнуровать…
in Turkish bağcıklarla bağlamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 系好…的鞋带, 系好…的系带…
in Polish zawiązywać coś…
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