04199027-n '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';
Arabic حِذاء
Bulgarian обувка
Catalan sabata
Chinese (simplified) 鞋子 ,
Danish sko
Greek παπούτσι
English shoe27 ()
Basque oinetako , zapata , oski
Finnish kenkä
French chaussure , soulier
Galician zapato
Croatian cipela
Indonesian sepatu , kasut
Icelandic skór , skófatnaður , fótabúnaður , skónaður
Italian scarpa
Japanese
Lithuanian batas
Dutch aansteker , schoen
Nynorsk sko
Bokmål sko
Polish but
Portuguese calçado , sapato
Romanian pantof
Slovak topánka
Slovene čevelj
Spanish zapato
Swedish sko
Thai รองบาท , เกือก , ฉลองพระบาท , รองพระบาท , รองเท้า
Malaysian sepatu , kasut
Definitions
Italian
calzatura di cuoio o di altro materiale che copre e protegge il piede fino alla caviglia
Japanese
履き物で、(足首から下の)足に適合するように整形され、皮またはプラスチックの柔軟な甲と、重みのある材料でできた底とかかとが付いている
Romanian
Încălțăminte de stradă din piele, din materiale sintetice sau din pânză, care acoperă laba piciorului până la gleznă.
Greek
υπόδημα κατασκευασμένο από δέρμα ή και άλλο υλικό, με σκληρή αλλά εύκαμπτη σόλα στο κάτω μέρος και μαλακότερο δέρμα στο πάνω μέρος, με ή χωρίς τακούνι, που μπορεί να καλύπτει όλο το πόδι ή τμήματά του κυρίως ως κάτω από τον αστράγαλο
English
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
Relations
Hyponym: anklet baby_shoe balmoral blucher bowling_shoe brogan calceus chopine chukka cleats congress_boot flipper gaiter ghillie gym_shoe loafer moccasin oxford pump running_shoe sabot sandal slingback walker walking_shoe wedgie wing_tip
Hypernym: footwear
Meronym–Part: collar counter heel insole instep lace outsole saddle shoelace spike throat toe_box toecap tongue upper
Semantic Field: artifactn
External Links

SUMO: = Shoe

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.077; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.00)


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