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Meaning of “shoe” - Learner’s Dictionary

shoe

noun [C]     /ʃuː/
A1 a strong covering for the foot, often made of leather: a pair of shoes training shoes to put your shoes on/take your shoes offShoes and shoemaking
Translations of “shoe”
in Arabic حِذاء…
in Korean 신발…
in Malaysian kasut, ladam…
in French chaussure, fer à cheval…
in Turkish ayakkabı, pabuç…
in Italian scarpa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鞋, 馬蹄鐵…
in Russian туфля, ботинок…
in Polish but…
in Vietnamese giày, sắt bịt móng…
in Spanish zapato, herradura…
in Portuguese sapato…
in Thai รองเท้า, เกือกม้า…
in German der Schuh, das Hufeisen…
in Catalan sabata…
in Japanese 靴…
in Indonesian sepatu, ladam, sepatu kuda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鞋, 马蹄铁…
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