How do you say boots in different languages?

How do you say boots in different languages?

In other languages boot

  • American English: boot /ˈbut/
  • Arabic: حِذَاءٌ طَوِيل
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bota.
  • Chinese: 靴子
  • Croatian: čizma.
  • Czech: bota vysoká
  • Danish: støvle.
  • Dutch: laars.

What is Botte?

(bɔt) n. (Fencing) fencing a thrust or hit.

What is the meaning of bottleneck?

A bottleneck is a point of congestion in a production system (such as an assembly line or a computer network) that occurs when workloads arrive too quickly for the production process to handle. The inefficiencies brought about by the bottleneck often creates delays and higher production costs.

Is bottes singular or plural?

Both the plural version lèche-bottes and the singular lèche-botte are approved by French language guardian Académie Française, which traces its origins back to the 20th century.

What does boots mean in slang?

Definitions include: to have sex with a person (“bang”) and then have them leave (“boot”).

Is bottes feminine or Masculin?

Vetements (French)

Question Answer
Casquette (Feminine) Cap
Bottes (Plural, Feminine) Boots
Ceinture (Feminine) Belt
Maillot de bain (Masculine) Bathing suit

Is supermarket feminine in French?

-e, as in le café (coffee or café), le canapé (the sofa), le blé (wheat), le carré (the square), le défilé (the procession), le supermarché (the supermarket). -eau, for example le bateau (the boat), le manteau (the coat), le chapeau (the hat), l’oiseau (the bird). The one exception is l’eau (water), which is feminine.

What is a cafeteria in French?

[ˌkæfɪˈtiərɪə ] cafétéria f.

What is a French Cantine?

canteen; dinette; beanery; restaurant; eating-house; eating house; dining-hall; dining-room; refreshment-room.