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French-English translation for: ankle-boot
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Dictionary French English: ankle boot

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NOUN   an ankle boot | ankle boots
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vêt. bottine {f}ankle-boot
Partial Matches
anat. cheville {f}ankle
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]ankle bone
anat. jambe {f} d'appel [Os trigonum, Astragalus]ankle bone
vêt. chaussures {f.pl} à tige (basse)ankle boots
vêt. socquette {f}ankle sock
anat. chevillère {f}ankle support
anat. méd. se casser la chevilleto break one's ankle
anat. méd. se faire une entorse à la chevilleto sprain one's ankle
anat. méd. se tordre la chevilleto twist one's ankle
mordre qn. à la chevilleto bite sb. on the ankle
cuis. géogr. corne {f} de gazellegazelle ankle [traditional cookie of North Africa]
vêt. botte {f}boot
vêt. chaussure {f}  tige haute]boot
inform. amorcer qc.to boot sth.
auto coffre {m}boot [Br.]
auto coffre {m} bagages)boot [Br.]
mil. camp {m} d'entraînementboot camp
inform. disque {m} de démarrageboot disk
outil. vêt. décrottoir {m}boot scraper
sport lancer {m} de botteboot throwing
vêt. tige {f} d'une botteboot-leg
alpin. vêt. chaussure {f} de montagneclimbing boot
vêt. santiag {f} [fig.]cowboy boot
sport vêt. chaussure {f} de footballfootball boot
sport vêt. chaussure {f} de marchehiking boot
sport tourisme vêt. chaussure {f} de randonnéehiking boot
vêt. cuissarde {f}overknee boot
sport vêt. chaussure {f} de rugbyrugby boot
alpin. sport vêt. chaussure {f} de skiski boot
vêt. pataugas {m}walking boot
vêt. botte {f} de caoutchoucwellington boot
inform. démarrer qc.to boot sth. [start up]
mettre qn. à la porteto boot sb. out [coll.]
sport tourisme vêt. chaussure {f} de randonnéewalking boot [for hiking]
comm. vide-greniers {m}car boot sale [Br.]
ichtyo. vêt. cuissarde {f}fishing wellington (boot) [Br.]
vêt. botte {f} en caoutchoucWellington boot [also: wellington boot]
occup. passer à la caisse [loc.] [être renvoyé]to get the boot [coll.] [idiom]
occup. virer qn. [fam.]to give sb. the boot [coll.] [idiom] [sack]
La chance a tourné. [loc.]The boot is on the other foot. [idiom]
Le sort a tourné. [loc.]The boot is on the other foot. [idiom]
Le vent a tourné. [loc.]The boot is on the other foot. [idiom]
Les mouches ont changé d'âne. [loc.]The boot is on the other foot. [idiom]
 
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