a shoe, usually in a style somewhat like a moccasin, with a rubber sole suitable for walking on the deck of a boat
Deck shoes are flat casual shoes made of canvas or leather.
a type of braking device on a vehicle
→ sneaker (sense 2 )
an accessory shoe on a camera through which electrical contact is made to an electronic flash device
a man's plain, close-fitting, low-heeled oxford made of soft leather or other material and having a thin, flexible sole, worn for jazz dancing
a person or thing that is comfortably familiar and unpretentious
an iron casting shaped to a point and fitted to a lower end of a wooden or concrete pile
a light tennis shoe; sneaker
a box in which shoes are packed
a rack for storing shoes
a shop which sells shoes
one of the sizes in the standard range of sizes shoes are made in
a form, as of wood or metal, inserted in a shoe to stretch it or preserve its shape
relating to a type of tap dancing performed wearing soft-soled shoes
a flexible, lightweight shoe designed for ballet dancing; typically made of leather or silk, and often fastened with ribbons
the curved metal casting to which the brake lining is riveted in a drum brake
A casing shoe is the bottom of the casing string, including the cement around it.
Court shoes are women's shoes that do not cover the top part of the foot and are usually made of plain leather with no design.
A guide shoe is a protective cap at the end of the casing string, which makes it easier to insert the string into the hole.
an attachment to an aircraft from which a missile is launched
an oxford with a saddle of contrasting color
cream for polishing shoes
polish for shoes
a custom shoe molded to the contours of the wearer's foot
a rubber-soled canvas shoe tied with laces
either of a pair of light running shoes fitted with steel spikes for better grip
designating or characteristic of a business company, esp. a law firm or brokerage, in which the partners belong almost exclusively to the white, Protestant, upper-class elite and are thought of as being conservative
sabot (sense 1 )
a shoe designed to be worn for sports, exercising, or recreational activity, as racquetball, jogging, or aerobic dancing
a dancing shoe with a stiffened toe that enables a ballet dancer to dance on the tips of the toes
special light horseshoe
a shoe designed to increase the wearer's height
an athletic shoe designed to be worn while jogging
a shoe with a platform
casual shoes with rubber soles, in the style of those used for sports training
leather used to make shoes
a person who mends shoes
repairs to shoes
Training shoes are the same as → trainers .
a sturdy comfortable shoe worn by hillwalkers, etc
a bracket on top of a camera to which a flash unit or other accessory may be fitted
the trade of mending shoes
Shoes are objects which you wear on your feet. They cover most of your foot and you wear them over socks or stockings .
a ballet pump with padded toes
if the shoe fits:
used to tell someone that unpleasant or critical remarks which have been made about them are probably true or fair . The usual British expression is if the cap fits .
save shoe leather:
to avoid wearing out shoes, as by taking a bus rather than walking
a city in S England, administrative centre of Oxfordshire, at the confluence of the Rivers Thames and Cherwell : Royalist headquarters during the Civil War; seat of Oxford University, consisting of 40 separate colleges, the oldest being University College (1249), and Oxford Brookes University (1993); motor-vehicle industry . Pop: 143 016 (2001)
drop the other shoe:
to complete a task by doing the second and final part of it
where the shoe pinches:
the source of trouble, grief, difficulty, etc.