Translation of shoe in Spanish:


zapato, n.

Pronunciation /ʃu/ /ʃuː/

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    zapato masculine
    a pair of shoes un par de zapatos
    • put your shoes on ponte los zapatos
    • high-heeled shoes zapatos de tacón (alto)
    • they sell shoes venden zapatos
    • to fit like an old shoe sentar como un guante
    • the shoe industry la industria del calzado
    • shoe mender zapatero
    • shoe repairs arreglos de zapatos
    • He wore black tennis shoes with dull white laces, baggy blue slacks and a white long sleeved shirt.
    • Anyone wearing high-heeled shoes would find herself punching holes in the floorboard.
    • But even with the assistance of modern machinery and materials, most pointe shoes are still entirely handmade.
    • After she tied her running shoes, she jogged downstairs and outside.
    • She grabbed her running shoes from her closet, and a light jacket to tie around her waist.
    • For trips, coat and tie, leather shoes (no sneakers) and dress socks are de rigueur.
    • She said that he sent her a get well present of high heeled shoes with an extreme five inch heel.
    • I went out with Chloe this morning and bought some earrings and these really strappy, high heeled shoes.
    • However, with modern ballet dance comes greater foot support through modern pointe ballet shoes and trained technique.
    • Traditional ballet pointe shoes provide foot support with cardboard, paper and/or leather saturated with glues.
    • She wore a black cocktail dress with matching heeled shoes and a black lace choker.
    • She slipped the matching shoes onto her feet, muttering at the high heels.
    • As he moved though, the rubber bottom of his running shoes squeaked on a puddle of melted snow.
    • Make sure your clothes and your walking shoes are comfortable.
    • Don't tell me he's learned to tie his shoe laces as well.
    • I slipped my shoes on my feet and walked out of the door.
    • Her dress shoes clicked steadily as she walked along the sidewalk.
    • I sighed, feeling irritated, and scuffed my shoe on the floor.
    • Some women also love to wear ankle wrap sandals as well as pointed toe dress shoes.
    • Threatening to swamp her bedroom is a display of designer shoes with heels of varying heights.
    • High heels, floppy slippers and shoes with slick soles can make you stumble and fall.
    • For daytime use take shorts, shirts and a good pair of deck shoes with white soles.
    • Even the butler's polished shoes went seamlessly with the black marble floor.
  • 2

    (for horse)
    herradura feminine
    • First remove any horseshoe nails and clean the shoe with a stiff brush and water to remove packed in-dirt.
    • The field was reduced to six when Rapid Ryan was ordered scratched by the stewards in the paddock because he was wearing improper shoes.
    • There is a moment of anxiety as Hills dismounts immediately after the line but it transpires that the filly has just twisted a shoe.
    • Someone else who keeps his horse in a soft pasture and/or rides in soft grassy area may not need shoes at all.
    • A bit pricey, and little complicated to fit (I had my farrier do mine) but worth every penny to not lose time to a pulled shoe.
    • ‘I thought she went lame coming to the line so I got off her as quick as I could, but thank God she has only pulled a shoe off,’ he said.
    • He had a shoe taken off him a couple of strides out of the gate.
    • Clearing twisted a shoe on his way to the post and caused a 15-minute delay while a farrier made the repair.
    • At the barn, horses will be identified, their shoes will be checked, and on-site veterinarians will watch them walk the shedrow.
    • Watch other horses in case tack adjustments are needed or shoes are lost.
    • Fortunately after that he calmed down and all seemed to be going as planned until two-thirds of the way through the ride when her horse lost a shoe.
    • According to Harty, the animal was administered the drug a few days before the event after pulling a shoe during a gallop.
    • Her right hind hoof had a bit of blood on her fresh shod shoes.
    • There's a couple of moments where she actually manages to right herself, only to lose a shoe and lunge into another steep incline with the very next step she takes.
    • She said her horse's metal shoes could not find any grip on the smooth road.
  • 3brake shoe

    zapata feminine

transitive verb shoes, shoeing, shod, shod

  • 1

    (horse) herrar
    to be well/badly shod ir bien/mal calzado
    • If you have a lot of rocks in your pasture and/or you ride your horse often in a rocky area; you may need to shoe your horse.
    • A blacksmith with an ancestor who shod the horses that took part in the Charge of the Light Brigade is hoping for a grandson - to keep the 170-year-old family firm going for future generations.
    • She approached two men, who were shoeing a horse.
    • The men were hard at work in the vineyards, were shoeing their horses, or were tending to the cattle.
    • Why would Castillo suddenly decide to clean his gun in the middle of shoeing a horse?
    • Later he helped the blacksmith making new springs for the same trap and learnt to shoe horses, give reading lessons and to build sheds.
    • Five months later a blacksmith was shoeing a young horse, which I was holding, when a gunshot landed on the barn roof.
    • Mick left Fermanagh in 1950 as a young man of 20 and continued the family trade of blacksmithing by making and shoeing horse for hunts in England.
    • The blacksmith was the most important craftsman in the community, shoeing horses as well as repairing farm implements and many of the tools used by other craftsmen.
    • His family worked in Dumfriesshire for generations and he set up this competition 20 years ago to try to preserve skills in shoeing horses.
    • Hector and Lalo are shoeing a bay horse; Lalo's sheepdog naps between its legs.
    • One of the works on display at her exhibition last November was of a blacksmith shoeing a horse.
    • Perhaps the best known episode in the life of O'Donohoe was when he killed a Yeoman captain in his forge after he had been forced to shoe his horse.
    • Peter trained and shod his own horses and never suffered fools gladly.
    • A week later he wrote an additional letter informing the inspector that he had considerable experience in shoeing horses and the treatment and curing of injured feet.
    • He had shod his horse backwards so that the prints of the horseshoes led the Martya to look for seven years in the wrong direction.
    • Buck learned to shoe horses, fix wagon wheels, and repair farm equipment.
    • He said: ‘I used to work at the Co-op dairy and remember walking the horses down the high street to get them shod.’