(=heavy shoe) botte f
→ He was wearing a woolly hat and heavy boots, which he wore unlaced
→ I put on my fur coat and boots.
to give sb the boot * flanquer qn dehors, virer qn
to get the boot, to be given the boot * être flanqué (e) à la porte, être viré (e)
→ She was a disruptive influence, and after a year or two she got the boot.
to put the boot in * (British) passer à l'attaque
→ it pokes fun, but seldom puts the boot in
→ the Tory leader, finally put the boot in when he asked about the shortcomings of the comprehensive education system
[+soldier, cowboy] botte f
chaussure f de marche
→ I haven't got any climbing boots.
football boots chaussures fpl de foot
[+car] coffre m
→ Is the boot open?
→ Put these boxes in the boot.
(=in addition) par-dessus le marché, en plus
→ She was brilliant, rich, and beautiful to boot.
(=kick) botter → He booted the ball 40 yards back up field.
n bottine f
vt faire démarrer, mettre en route
→ Go over to your PC and boot it up.
→ Switch on the computer and wait for it to boot up.
n (US) camp m d'entraînement (pour nouvelles recrues)
car boot sale
n (British) vide-grenier m
n chaussure f de montagne
Denver boot (US)
(=clamp) sabot m (de Denver)
n chaussure f montante (en daim et à lacets)
hobnail boot , hobnailed boot
n chaussure $ à semelle cloutée f
n chaussure f de ski
n après-ski m
n chaussure f de marche
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