Definition of barefoot in English:

barefoot

Syllabification: bare·foot
Pronunciation: /ˈbe(ə)rˌfo͝ot
 
/
(also barefooted /-ˌfo͝otid/)

adjective & adverb

Wearing nothing on the feet: [as adverb]: I won’t walk barefoot
More example sentences
  • One customer of Peter Jones told him that she could only get relief from pains in her feet by walking barefoot on a beach.
  • Her hands and mouth were bound by heavy duty tape and she was barefoot, wearing only shorts and a vest.
  • The guys were still soundly sleeping when I crept out of my room in pajamas and with barefooted feet and headed upstairs to work on my hopefully perfect plan.

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