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sock British & World English

A garment for the foot and lower part of the leg, typically knitted from wool, cotton, or nylon

sock hop British & World English

A social dance at which participants dance in their stockinged feet

tube sock British & World English

A sock without a shaped heel

ankle sock British & World English

A sock that reaches just above the ankle

sweat sock British & World English

A thick, absorbent calf-length sock, often worn with trainers

sock puppet British & World English

A simple hand puppet made from a sock

slipper sock British & World English

A thick sock, typically with a leather sole, for use as a slipper

sock something away in sock British & World English

Put money aside as savings

sock something in in sock British & World English

Envelop or make impassable by inhospitable weather conditions

sock and buskin in sock British & World English

The theatrical profession; drama

sock it to someone in sock British & World English

Attack or make a forceful impression on someone

sock and buskin British & World English

The theatrical profession; drama

sock something in British & World English

Envelop or make impassable by inhospitable weather conditions

sock it to someone British & World English

Attack or make a forceful impression on someone

sock something away British & World English

Put money aside as savings

sock English-Spanish

calcetín m, media fAmL

air sock English-Spanish

manga f de viento

ankle sock in ankle English-Spanish

calcetín, soquete mCS

to sock sb one in sock English-Spanish

darle* una a algn

there's a dirty great hole in my sock in great English-Spanish

tengo un agujerazo en el calcetín

he couldn't darn a sock to save his life in life English-Spanish

no sería capaz de zurcir un calcetín ni aun si le fuera la vida en ello

go out there on stage and sock it to 'em! in sock English-Spanish

¡sube al escenario y demuéstrales quién eres!