Definition of boot-cut in English:

boot-cut

Syllabification: boot-cut
(also bootcut)

adjective

(Of jeans or other trousers) flared very slightly below the knee, so as to be worn comfortably over boots.
More example sentences
  • She looked absolutely stunning in the black boots and boot-cut jeans.
  • These boot-cut jeans will take you from a Saturday of walking around town to a night of clubbing at your favorite hotspot.
  • She wears a baby blue t-shirt and boot-cut jeans just like her everyday uniform at school.

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