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bootee

noun [C] (US also bootie) uk   /ˈbuː.ti/  us   /-t̬i/
a boot for a baby made of soft material
Translations of “bootee”
in Vietnamese giày len trẻ con…
in Spanish calzado de punto…
in Thai ถุงเท้าทารก…
in Malaysian buti…
in French petit chausson…
in German der (gestrickte) Babyschuh…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常由羊毛製成的)嬰兒軟鞋…
in Indonesian sepatu rajutan untuk bayi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常由羊毛制成的)婴儿软鞋…
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