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slipper sock

Translation of slipper sock in Spanish:

noun

  • zapatilla (feminine) or (especially Latin America) pantufla (feminine) or (Colombia) chancla (feminine) calcetín
    Example sentences
    • It, the left slipper sock, has been becoming tattered and pulled and raggy, but at least it's been in my room.
    • Melanie nodded, and took her coat and slipped her bare feet in slipper socks, and then into loafers.
    • There is a wood floor and you don't need to wear your boots inside, but a pair of wool slipper socks or mukluks is a good idea.

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