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resole

Line breaks: re¦sole
Pronunciation: /riːˈsəʊl
 
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Definition of resole in English:

verb

[with object]
Provide (a boot, shoe, etc.) with a new sole: in principle any shoe can be resoled, but track shoes are done less frequently than road or cross-country shoes
More example sentences
  • They still offer resole services and resole their own shoes and all other brands of shoes.
  • I have one pair that is over 20 years old and has been resoled and had new heels put on about three times now; they are incredibly comfortable.
  • They needed to be resoled after 2 years but a $40 repair on a $300 pair of shoes is not bad.

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