- 1.1 [Clothing/Indumentaria] zapato (masculine) a pair of shoes un par de zapatos put your shoes on ponte los zapatos, cálzate high-heeled shoes zapatos de tacón or (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) de taco (alto) they sell shoes venden zapatos or [formal] calzado to be in sb's shoes I wouldn't like to be in her shoes no me gustaría estar en su lugar or [colloquial/familiar] en su pellejo in his shoes I'd be worried yo en su lugar or yo que él, estaría preocupado to fit like an old shoe (American English/inglés norteamericano) sentar* como un guante to know where the shoe pinches saber* dónde aprieta el zapato to shake o tremble o quake in one's shoes temblar* de miedo to step into sb's shoes pasar a ocupar el puesto de algn to wait for dead men's shoes (British English/inglés británico) esperar a que se muera algn (before noun/delante del nombre) the shoe industry la industria del calzado shoe mender zapatero, (masculine, feminine) shoe repairs arreglos (masculine plural) de zapatos, reparación (feminine) de calzadoMore example sentences1.2 (for horse) herradura (feminine)
More example sentences1.3
- He wore black tennis shoes with dull white laces, baggy blue slacks and a white long sleeved shirt.
- Anyone wearing high-heeled shoes would find herself punching holes in the floorboard.
- But even with the assistance of modern machinery and materials, most pointe shoes are still entirely handmade.
(brake shoe)zapata (feminine)
- First remove any horseshoe nails and clean the shoe with a stiff brush and water to remove packed in-dirt.
- The field was reduced to six when Rapid Ryan was ordered scratched by the stewards in the paddock because he was wearing improper shoes.
- There is a moment of anxiety as Hills dismounts immediately after the line but it transpires that the filly has just twisted a shoe.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo (present/presente shoes present participle/participio presente, shoeing past tense & past participle/pasado y participio pasado, shod)
- [horse] herrar* to be well/badly shod ir* bien/mal calzado
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