Definition of cleated in English:

cleated

Pronunciation /ˈklēdəd/ /ˈklidəd/

adjective

See cleat

‘Imagine a time without guidebooks, when all routes were first ascents, when hemp ropes and cleated boots were de rigueur.’
  • ‘Also, plastic cleated shoes work well on muddy fields.’
  • ‘People passed frequently on the adjacent dirt road; most wore cleated boots, which identified them as enemy soldiers.’
  • ‘The roof is spanned by a series of curved trusses supporting secondary cleated frames that allow the roof plane to sit back from the upper chord of the truss.’
  • ‘Such a cleated shoe would have about seven square inches of surface.’