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bootcutadjective

uk   /ˈbuːt.kʌt/ us   /ˈbuːt.kʌt/ also bootleg
Bootcut trousers are slightly wider at the ankle than at the knee.
bootcuts
noun [plural] /ˈbuːt.kʌts/ /ˈbuːt.kʌts/ also bootlegs
bootcut trousers: a pair of bootcuts
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