Definition of high heels in English:

high heels

Syllabification: high heels

noun

Women’s shoes with tall, thin heels.
More example sentences
  • Large numbers of Manhattan women are also reportedly trading high heels for trainers.
  • She was wearing a charcoal business suit, black high heels, and glasses with thin silver frames.
  • When I was living in Madrid, you only ever left the house looking immaculate - pressed suit, high heels, jewellery.

Derivatives

high-heeled

Pronunciation: /ˈhī ˈˌhēld/
adjective
More example sentences
  • Strappy high-heeled sandals are more my kind of thing.
  • She wore high-heeled sandals, the exact shade of green as her dress.
  • The tap-tap sound of her high-heeled shoes echoed as she walked away.

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