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shoe

[ shoo ]
/ ʃu /
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noun, plural shoes, (especially British Dialect) shoon [shoon]. /ʃun/.

verb (used with object), shod or shoed, shod or shoed or shod·den, shoe·ing.

to provide or fit with a shoe or shoes.
to protect or arm at the point, edge, or face with a ferrule, metal plate, or the like.

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Idioms for shoe

Origin of shoe

First recorded before 900; (noun) Middle English scho(o), Old English sceō(h), cognate with German Schuh, Old Norse skōr, Gothic skōhs; (verb) Middle English schon, Old English scōg(e)an, cognate with Middle Low German schoi(g)en, Old Norse skūa
shoeless, adjectivere·shoe, verb (used with object), re·shod, re·shoe·ing.un·der·shoe, nounun·shoed, adjective
shoe , shoo
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British Dictionary definitions for shoe

shoe
/ (ʃuː) /

noun

verb shoes, shoeing or shod (tr)

Old English scōh; related to Old Norse skōr, Gothic skōhs, Old High German scuoh
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Idioms and Phrases with shoe

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