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shoelace
American English: /ˈʃuˌleɪs/
British English: /ˈʃuːleɪs/

Translation of shoelace in Spanish:

noun

  • to tie one's shoelaces
    atarse or (Latin America excluding Río de la Plata) amarrarse los cordones de los zapatos ( or las agujetas etc. )
    your shoelace is undone
    tienes un cordón desamarrado ( or una agujeta desamarrada etc. )
    Example sentences
    • He turned around and grabbed one of my shoelaces, I pulled back my foot to prevent him from doing whatever he was going to do.
    • Roth droned and then walked over to shove his feet into a pair of black skateboarding shoes with checkered shoelaces.
    • Dominic nodded, double knotting his shoelaces, and stood up, stretching his arms over his head.
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