Translation of sandal in Spanish:

sandal

Pronunciation: /ˈsændl/

n

  • sandalia (f) a pair of sandals un par de sandalias
    More example sentences
    • Wear high-top hiking shoes or sneakers - never sandals, or your feet will suffer.
    • It features a sling-back strap, which not only secure the sandal to your foot, but also offers a lovely, sensible heel.
    • The only thing the head honcho enforces is that employees wear something on their feet - sneakers or sandals will do.

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