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boot /buːt/ noun [countable]


راه اندازی ، بوت ، سود ، کفش فوتبال ، پوتین ساقه بلند ، پوتین یاچکمه ، (مج). اخراج ، چاره یافایده ، لگدزدن ، باسرچکمه وپوتین زدن ، علوم مهندسی: فضای ترانک ، کامپیوتر: خود راه اندازی ، قانون ـ فقه: اختلاف موجود بین قیمتها در مبادله دو دارایی ، ورزش: خراب کردن توپ هنگام گرفتن ان ، علوم نظامی: چکمه

: boot (topping)

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الکترونیک: راه اندازی ، بوت ، خود راه اندازی ، کامپیوتر: فضای ترانک ، علوم مهندسی: سود ، فایده ، اختلاف موجود بین قیمتها در مبادله دو دارایی ، حقوق: کفش فوتبال ، پوتین ساقه بلند ، خراب کردن توپ هنگام گرفتن ان ، بیس بال : پوشش کمکی روی سم اسب ، ورزشی: پوتین ، چکمه ، علوم نظامی: پوتین یاچکمه ،( مج ).اخراج ، چاره یافایده ، لگدزدن ، باسرچکمه وپوتین زدن کامپیوتر: راه اندازی کامپیوتر: راه اندازی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

boot
[verb]
Synonyms: kick, drive, drop-kick, knock, punt, put the boot in(to) (slang), shove

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. boot1 S2 W3 /buːt/ noun [countable]
[Sense 1-3, 5-7: Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: bote]
[Sense 4: Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old English; Origin: bot 'advantage, profit, use']

1. a type of shoe that covers your whole foot and the lower part of your leg ⇒ Wellington:
hiking boots
a pair of bootsrubber boot

2. British English an enclosed space at the back of a car, used for carrying bags etc Synonym : trunk American English:
The new model has a bigger boot.

3. the boot informal when someone is forced to leave their job Synonym : the sack British Englishdismiss:
The chairman denied that he had been given the boot.
He should have got the boot years ago.

4. to boot in addition to everything else you have mentioned:
She was a great sportswoman, and beautiful to boot.

5. put the boot in British English informal
a) to criticize or be cruel to someone who is already in a bad situation
b) to attack someone by kicking them repeatedly, especially when they are on the ground

6. the boot is on the other foot British English used to say someone who has caused problems for other people in the past is now in a situation in which people are causing problems for them

7. American English a metal object that the police attach to one of the wheels of an illegally parked car so that it cannot be moved Synonym : wheel clamp British English
be/get too big for your boots at big1(14), ⇒ lick sb’s boots at lick1(7), ⇒ tough as old boots at tough1(2)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. boot2 verb
[Sense 1: Date: 1900-2000; Origin: bootstrap 'to boot up' (1900-2000), probably from bootstrap (noun); bootstraps]
[Sense 2-3: Date: 1800-1900; Origin: boot1]

1. (also boot up) [intransitive and transitive] to start the program that makes a computer ready to be used ⇒ load

2. [transitive] informal to kick someone or something hard
boot something in/round/down etc
The goalkeeper booted the ball upfield.

3. [transitive] American English to stop someone from moving their illegally parked vehicle by fixing a piece of equipment to one of the wheels Synonym : clamp British English
boot somebody ↔ out phrasal verb informal
to force someone to leave a place, job, or organization, especially because they have done something wrong Synonym : throw out:
His fellow students booted him out of the class.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

boot
noun
ADJ. heavy | lightweight | high | ankle, calf-length, knee-length, thigh-length | muddy | polished | fabric, kid, leather, plastic, suede | gum, rubber, Wellington | high-heeled, hob-nailed, lace-up, nailed, steel-capped, studded, thick-soled | army, baseball, climbing, cowboy, desert, football, hiking, riding, rugby, ski, walking
QUANT. pair a pair of heavy walking boots
VERB + BOOT have on, wear | put on, take off | lace up, unlace | polish
BOOT + NOUN polish
PHRASES as tough as old boots The meat was as tough as old boots.
the toe of sb's boot She kicked at the snow with the toe of her boot.
 ⇒ Special page at CLOTHES

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

boot

leather boots
He bought some sturdy leather boots.
wellington boots British English, rubber boots American English (=rubber boots that stop your feet and legs getting wet)
The kids put on their rubber boots and went out in the rain.
walking/hiking boots
In the mountains you’ll need some strong walking boots.
football/rugby/riding/ski boots
Take your muddy football boots off before you come inside.
ankle boots (=only as high as your ankles)
Ankle boots are fashionable again this autumn.
long boots (=as high as your knees or thighs)
I bought a pair of long leather boots.
knee-high boots
She looked fabulous in a mini-skirt and knee-high boots.
a pair of boots
I really need a new pair of boots this winter.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

boot
also.
She said she liked living at home, and she was saving money to boot.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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