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boot 1

British English: /buːt/
American English: /but/

noun

  • 1
    Stiefel, der
    get the boot [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    rausgeschmissen werden [colloquial]
    give somebody the boot [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    jemanden rausschmeißen [colloquial]
    give somebody a boot up the backside [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    jemandem den Marsch blasen [colloquial]
    as tough as old boots [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    zäh wie Leder
    put the boot in
    [colloquial]
    ihn/sie usw. [brutal] treten
    put the boot in!
    [colloquial]
    tritt ihn/sie usw. zusammen! [colloquial]
    the boot is on the other foot
    [figurative]
    es ist genau umgekehrt
    you can bet your boots that … [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    …, darauf kannst du Gift nehmen [colloquial]
    big 1 7, → die1 1 1, → heart 3
  • 3
    (British English) [colloquial] [derogatory] (woman) Schreckschraube, die [colloquial]

transitive verb

  • 1 [colloquial]
    kicken [colloquial] (Ball)
    boot somebody out [figurative]
    [colloquial]
    jemanden rausschmeißen [colloquial]

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