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open-toed
American English: /ˈoʊpən toʊd/

Translation of open-toed in Spanish:

adjective

  • sin punta
    Example sentences
    • Wear open-toed shoes such as sandals or flip flops.
    • Heck, I even wore open-toed shoes, I didn't realize those were a poor choice.
    • Sturdy footwear does not include any type of open-toed shoe or sandal.

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