- n.擦靴人; 长筒靴（ boot的名词复数 ）; [品牌]博姿;
- 复数: boots;
The entrance hall is littered with toys and wellington boots.
Footballers in whopping great studded boots walk over the pitch.
My hands, boots and trousers were plastered with mud.
In the winter she wears thick socks, Wellington boots and gloves.
Keegan announced he was hanging up his boots for good.
The players can advertise baked beans, but not rugby boots.
When selecting boots, fine, quality leather will be a wise investment.
Inside all was disorder: drawers fallen out, shoes and boots scattered.
Hire of skis, boots and clothing, is all available.
His high black boots had been shined to a gleaming finish.
He was wearing riding pants, high boots, and spurs.
The paths are often very rocky so strong boots are advisable.
He was smartly dressed in a shirt, dark trousers and boots.
When setting out on a long walk, always wear suitable boots.
His boots and purple beret identify him as commanding the Scottish Paratroops.
Back at the camp, you can kick off your boots and enjoy excellent food and wine.
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