shoeless

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
pabuçsuz
ayakkabısız
yalınayak
shoe
ayakkabı

Bu ayakkabılar, bu beyaz etekle iyi gider. - Those shoes go well with this white skirt.

Çamurlu yol, yeni ayakkabılarımı mahvetti. - The muddy road has ruined my new shoes.

shoe
{i} pabuç

Bunlar bir çift pabuç daha. - These are another pair of shoes.

shoe
papuç
shoe
at nalı
shoe
{f} nalla
shoe
balata
shoe
başmak
shoe
dış lâstik
shoe
kundura
shoe
nallamak
shoe
nal
shoe
kontak papucu
shoe
ayakkabı giydirmek
shoe
fren balatası
shoe
altına pabuç gibi şey koymak
shoe
shoe button ayakkabı düğmes
shoe
otomobilin dış lastiği
shoe
tekerlek pabucu
shoe
frenin tekerleğe bastığı yer
shoe
nal çakmak
shoe
{f} (shod/--d, --ing) nallamak, nal çakmak
shoe
iskarpin
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{a} destitute of shoes
Without shoes
shoe
To equip an object with a protection against wear

The billiard cue stick was shod in silver.

shoe
A piece of metal designed to be attached to a horse's foot as a means of protection; a horseshoe

Throw the shoe from behind the line, and try to get it to land circling (a ringer) or touching the far stake.

shoe
To put horseshoes on a horse

Old Jimmy Harris only shoed her last week, and I'd swear to his make among ten thousand..

shoe
To put shoes on one's feet
shoe
A protective covering for the foot, with a bottom part composed of thick leather or plastic sole and often a thicker heel, and a softer upper part made of leather or synthetic material. Shoes generally do not extend above the ankle, as opposed to boots, which do

Get your shoes on now, or you'll be late for school.

shoe
{v} to fit or cover with shoes
shoe
{n} an outward covering for the foot or for the runner of a sled or other utensil, or engine
shoe
A projecting piece rising from the back rail of a chair seat into which the base of the splat is fixed
shoe
footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material (card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time furnish with shoes; "the children were well shoed
shoe
It differs from a boot on not extending so far up the leg
shoe
A metal cup terminal for a wooden leg, sometimes part of a caster
shoe
footwear shaped to fit the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material
shoe
A piece of metal designed to be attached to a horses foot as a means of protection; a horseshoe
shoe
To furnish with a shoe or shoes; to put a shoe or shoes on; as, to shoe a horse, a sled, an anchor
shoe
U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse's hoof
shoe
A plate, or notched piece, interposed between a moving part and the stationary part on which it bears, to take the wear and afford means of adjustment; called also slipper, and gib
shoe
A band of iron or steel, or a ship of wood, fastened to the bottom of the runner of a sleigh, or any vehicle which slides on the snow
shoe
If you talk about being in someone's shoes, you talk about what you would do or how you would feel if you were in their situation. I wouldn't want to be in his shoes. shod shoeing to put a horseshoe on a horse. Outer covering for the foot, usually of leather, with a stiff or thick sole and heel, and generally reaching no higher than the ankle (unlike a boot). Early examples from Mesopotamia were moccasinlike wraparounds of leather; not until the Hellenistic Age did shoes become luxurious. The Romans developed shoes fitted for the left and right feet, and differentiated according to sex and rank. In the 14th-15th century, shoes became extremely long and pointed, the points attaining a length of 18 in. (45 cm) or more. In the 16th century, the toes became extremely broad, like a duck's bill. In the 17th century, shoes had moderately high heels and were often decorated with large rosettes of lace and ribbons, which gave way to gold or silver buckles in the 18th century. The first shoe factory opened in 1760, in Massachusetts, but not until the development of modern machinery in the 19th century were shoes made quickly and inexpensively
shoe
The Driver He is the one who presses his shoe to the gas pedal and makes the car go
shoe
When a blacksmith shoes a horse, they fix horseshoes onto its feet. Blacksmiths spent most of their time repairing tools and shoeing horses see also shod
shoe
Shoes are objects which you wear on your feet. They cover most of your foot and you wear them over socks or stockings. a pair of shoes You don't mind if I take my shoes off, do you? see also snowshoe, training shoe
shoe
a pedestal-shaped member beneath the superstructure bearing that transmits and distributes loads to the substructure bearing area
shoe
{i} protective covering for the foot; horseshoe; brake shoe, part of the brake system that presses on the brake drum to slow a vehicle
shoe
(card games) a case from which playing cards are dealt one at a time
shoe
The trough or spout for conveying the grain from the hopper to the eye of the millstone
shoe
A shoe is the same as a horseshoe
shoe
A trough-shaped or spout-shaped member, put at the bottom of the water leader coming from the eaves gutter, so as to throw the water off from the building
shoe
The steel tip at the end of a climbing (Jigger) board
shoe
furnish with shoes; "the children were well shoed"
shoe
An iron socket to protect the point of a wooden pile
shoe
{f} equip with shoes; put on shoes; fit a horse with horseshoes
shoe
The outer cover or tread of a pneumatic tire, esp
shoe
An iron socket or plate to take the thrust of a strut or rafter
shoe
Anything resembling a shoe in form, position, or use
shoe
Something resembling a shoe by function, like a brake shoe
shoe
an outer covering for the human foot typically having a thick or stiff sole with an attached heel and an upper part of lighter material, as leather
shoe
An inclined trough in an ore-crushing mill
shoe
A plate or rim of iron nailed to the hoof of an animal to defend it from injury
shoe
If you fill someone's shoes or step into their shoes, you take their place by doing the job they were doing. No one has been able to fill his shoes
shoe
adj curling up at the ends; gone wrong; defective; completely WRONG!!!
shoe
A drag, or sliding piece of wood or iron, placed under the wheel of a loaded vehicle, to retard its motion in going down a hill
shoe
The plastic "shoe" holds the mixed decks of cards delt by the dealer
shoe
a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
shoe
To protect or ornament with something which serves the purpose of a shoe; to tip
shoe
for an automobile
shoe
The part of a railroad car brake which presses upon the wheel to retard its motion
shoe
A covering for the human foot, usually made of leather, having a thick and somewhat stiff sole and a lighter top
shoeless

    Расстановка переносов

    shoe·less

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ 'shü ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English shoo, from Old English scOh; akin to Old High German scuoh shoe.

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