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slingbacks

noun [plural] uk   /ˈslɪŋ.bæks/ us  
women's shoes with a strap around the back of the heel instead of a full covering: a pair of slingbacks
slingback
adjective [before noun] uk   /-bæk/ us  
slingback sandals/shoes
Translations of “slingbacks”
in Chinese (Traditional) (後跟爲窄帶的)掛帶女鞋…
in Chinese (Simplified) (后帮为窄带的)露跟女鞋…
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