There are 3 translations of sole in Spanish:

sole1

Pronunciation: /səʊl/

n

  • 1 1.1 (of foot) planta (feminine)
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    • Melanomas commonly appear on these ‘non-sun exposed’ parts of the body, like the back of the legs, the soles of the feet and the buttocks.
    • Two days later we had to drag him cross-country in a train as the pox blossomed in his mouth, eyes, nose, even the soles of his feet, making it impossible to walk.
    • These commonly arise in areas of the body not much exposed to the sun, such as the back of the legs, soles of the feet, scalp and buttocks.
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    • The heel is usually small and is internally rotated, making the soles of the feet face each other in cases of bilateral deformities.
    • But for me, this is the best part of the whole exercise, as firm fingers and thumbs work around the ankles, under the soles of the feet, between toes and over the instep.
    • Warts on the soles of the feet are called plantar warts.
    1.2 (of shoe) suela (feminine)
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    • Opt for a pair with a bit of a heel, and leather soles.
    • Besides his exquisitely tooled creations, he is credited with having invented the platform sole and wedge heel, which have had a recent comeback in fashion.
    • Made from premium leather, they feature a lightly-padded footbed and a flexible sole for added walking comfort.
  • 2 (fish)
    (plural sole or , soles)
    lenguado (masculine) Dover sole lenguado (masculine) (fino)
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    • At a fish-and-chip shop called the Balancing Eel, a stone's throw from the quayside, cod, haddock, plaice and sole are the fish of choice with scampi and prawn fritters close behind.
    • The advice given is that there should be zero fishing for cod, whiting, haddock, plaice, sole and prawns in the Irish Sea.
    • Thornback and blond rays are most often seen, with brill, plaice, sole, flounder and even turbot on occasion.

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adj
tireless …
Cultural fact of the day

Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.

There are 3 translations of sole in Spanish:

sole2

adj

(before noun/delante del nombre)
  • 1.1 (only) único
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    • World Heart Day is a global initiative with the sole aim of raising awareness about heart health and is being supported by the World Heart Federation.
    • Designated a protected area in 1941, the reserve was created with the sole aim of preserving the coastal sea and earth ecosystems.
    • Fifteen-year-old James began race walking at 11 with the sole aim of representing his county in Mosney.
    1.2 (exclusive) [rights] exclusivo; [owner] único they are sole agents for … tienen la representación exclusiva de …
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    • Chosen charities are given free stand space and joint sole rights to collect money from the 80,000 people who attend the show.
    • Courts rarely grant sole custody or even joint physical custody to fathers, and standard visitation is just a few days a month.
    • It all began because she had separated from her husband last October and he had moved out of the family home, and she had started claiming housing benefit and opened up a new council tax account in her sole name.

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Word of the day incansable
adj
tireless …
Cultural fact of the day

Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.

There are 3 translations of sole in Spanish:

sole3

vt

  • (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) to have one's shoes soled and heeled hacerles* poner suelas y tacones or (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) tacos a los zapatos
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    • I had my favourite boots soled and heeled for half the price of a London cobbler.
    • A regular but infrequent 'chore' was taking boots and shoes to the cobbler to be soled and heeled.
    • One day a man was seen bringing a pair of shoes to the cobbler to be soled.

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Word of the day incansable
adj
tireless …
Cultural fact of the day

Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.