Definition of snow boot in English:

snow boot

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  • A warm waterproof boot worn in the snow.
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    • The couple finished their routine and quickly switched from the skates to snow boots while singing the chorus again.
    • Pulling the locker open, he grabbed his regular snow boots and ripped off the ski boots; stuffing his feet into the other ones in the process.
    • At that time, I didn't have any snow boots, just leather hiking boots, and poor ones at that.

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