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T-strap

[ tee-strap ]
/ ˈtiˌstræp /
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noun
a strap on the upper of a shoe that extends backward from the vamp and joins with a strap that crosses the upper part of the instep, forming a T.
a shoe having such a strap.
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T-strap

noun
(modifier) denoting a type of woman's shoe fastened with a T-shaped strap having one part passing across the ankle and the other attached to it in the middle and lying along the length of the footAlso called: T-bar
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