Shoes or Footwear Names, English Meaning & Images | Shoes Vocabulary

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Footwear Or Shoes

Shoe / ʃuː / (শূ) n [one of a pair of covering/footwear for your feet, usually made of a strong material such as leather, with a thick leather or plastic sole (=base) and usually a heel] (জুতা; পাদুকা): Hurry and do up/lace up your shoes. He took his shoes and socks off.  

Shoe Related Necessary Vocabulary Note

Ø Pair / pər / (পের্‌) n [two things of the same type, especially when they are used or worn together] (জোড়া; যুগল): I can’t find a matching pair of socks. A pair of gloves/shoes, etc.

Ø Covering / ˈkʌvərɪŋ / (ˈকাভরিঙ্‌) n [a piece of material that covers Sth] (আচ্ছাদন; আবরণ): Liven up your room with some new wall coverings.

Ø Footwear / ˈfʊtwer / (ফুট্‌ওএর্‌) n [shoes, boots or any other outer covering for the human foot] (<পায়ের পাতার>আচ্ছাদন/জুতা; পাদুকা): Be sure to wear the correct footwear to prevent injuries to your feet.

Ø Foot / fʊt / (ফুট্‌) n {Plu. feet // (ফীট্‌)} [the lowest part of the leg, below the ankle, on which a person or an animal stands] (পায়ের পাতা; চরণ): I’ve got a blister on my left foot. 

Ø <IDM> Such as [for example] (যেমন): Wildflowers such as primroses are becoming rare.

sole, foot sole
Ø Sole / soʊl / (ছৌল্‌) n 1. [the bottom surface of the boot] (<পায়ের পাতার>তলা; পদতল): The hot sand burned the soles of their feet. 

2. Sole [the bottom part of a shoe or sock, not including heel] (জুতা বা মোজার তলি): shoes with rubber soles

Ø Heel / hiːl / (হীল্‌) n 1. [the back part of the foot below the ankle] (<পায়ের>গোড়ালি): 2. [the part of a sock or shoe which covers the heel of the foot] (মোজা বা জুতার পশ্চাদভাগ):

Ø Lace / leɪs / (লেছ্‌) n {Also. shoelace/shoestring} [a string which you use to fasten openings especially in shoes, by putting it through two lines of small holes and tying the ends together] (<জুতার>ফিতা; জরি): Your shoelace is undone<খোলা>. To tie/untie your laces.

<VERB> Lace / leɪs / (লেছ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. laced / leɪst / (লেছ্‌ট্‌)} [to put the lace of a shoe or boot through its holes or fasten a shoe or boot by tying a lace] (<ফিতা জুতার ফুটার মধ্যে> ভরা/লাগানো):

<PHA-V> Lace up [to be fastened with laces] (<জুতার ফিতা> গিঁট দেওয়া/বাঁধা): She can lace up her shoes and she’s only five!

   <SYN> Do up

Flip-flop / ˈflɪp- flɑːp / (ˈফ্লিপ্‌-ফ্লাঃপ্‌) n {USA thong} [a type of open shoe, often made of rubber, with a V-shaped strap which goes between the big toe and the top next to it] (স্পঞ্জ): a pair of flip-flops

Ø Flip / ˈflɪp / (ফ্লিপ্‌) n [a small quick hit with a part of the body that causes Sth to turn over] (টুসকি; ঘন ঘন মৃদু আঘাত): The whole thing was on the flip of a coin.

Ø Flop / flɑːp / (ফ্লাঃপ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. flopped / flɑːpt / (ফ্লাঃপ্ট্‌)} 1. [to sit or lie down in a heavy and sudden way because you are very tired] (<ক্লান্ত হয়ে>দপ করে বসে/শুয়ে পড়া): Exhausted, he flopped down into a chair. 

2. Flop [if a book, play, film, etc. it is not successful] (<বই, নাটক, ইত্যাদি>ব্যর্থ বিফল হওয়া): Her first book flopped, but her second become a bestseller.

Ø Strap / stræp / (স্ট্র্যাপ্‌) n {Also flip-flop line straps} [a narrow piece of leather or other strong material used for fastening something or giving support] (ফিতা; <সেন্ডেলের>ফিতা): The bag comes with a removable shoulder strap.

Ø Toe / toʊ / (টৌ) n [one of the five small parts that stick out from the foot] (<পায়ের>আঙ্গুল; পদাঙ্গুলি): I stubbed my toe on the step. Big toe <পায়ের বৃদ্ধাঙ্গুলি>

Slipper / ˈslɪpər / (ˈস্লিপর্‌) n [a type of soft comfortable shoe for wearing inside the house] (স্লিপার<ঘড়ে পরার চটি জুতা>):

Ø Comfortable / ˈkʌmfərtəbl / (ˈকামফর্টব্‌ল্‌) adj [(of clothes, furniture, shoes, etc.) making you feel physically relaxed; pleasant to wear, sit on, etc.] (আরামদায়ক): These new shoes are not very comfortable.

Ø Wear / wər / (ওএর্‌) v {Pt. wore / wɔːr / (ওয়ার্‌); Pp. worn / wɔːrn / (ওয়ার্ন্‌)} [to have clothing, hats, jewelers, hair, etc. on your body] (পরিধান করা; পড়া): She never wears make-up.

Sandal / ˈsændl / (ˈছ্যানড্‌ল্‌) n [a type of light open shoe that is worn in warm weather. The top part consists of leather bands that attach the sole your foot] (চপ্পল):

Ø Attach / əˈtætʃ / (ˈট্যাচ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. attached / əˈtætʃt / (ˈট্যাচ্‌ট্‌)} [to fasten or join one thing to another] (সংযুক্ত করা; লাগানো): I attached a photo to my application form.

Slide sandal
Slide Sandal
Slide sandal / ˈslaɪd ˈsændəl / (ˈস্লাড্ˈস্যান্ডল্) n [a slide, also known as a slide sandal, is a backless, an open-toed shoe that gets its name from being easy to slide on and off the foot. The shoe has single or multiple straps that run across the center top part of the shoe. The slide is a type of sandal, but not all sandals are slides] (স্লাইড স্যান্ডেল):

Ø Open-toed / ˌoʊpənˈtoʊd / (ˌঔপন্ˈটৌড্) adj [used to describe shoes that do not cover the toes] (পায়ের আঙ্গুল খোলা): an open-toed shoes

Flats / flæts / (ফ্ল্যাট্‌ছ) n 1. {UK pumps} [women’s shoes without high heels] (<মেয়েদের>ফ্ল্যাট <জুতা>): I feel more comfortable in flats.

2. Flat / flæt / (ফ্ল্যাট্‌) n {US apartment} [a set of rooms for living in which are part of a large building and are usually all on one floor] (বাসস্থান হিসাবে কোনো ভবনের একই তলায় অবস্থিত কক্ষ-পরম্পরা <বসবার ঘর, শোবারঘর, বান্নাঘর ইত্যাদি>; ফ্ল্যাট): Many large old house have been converted into flats.

sling back
Slingback / ˈslɪŋ bæk / (ˈস্লিঙ্‌ ব্যাক্‌) n [a woman’s shoes that are open at the back with a narrow piece of leather, etc. around the heel] (<মেয়েদের> স্লিঙ্‌ব্যাক):


Ø Sling / slɪŋ / (স্লিঙ্‌) n [a band of cloth that is tied around a person’s neck and used to support a broken or injured arm] (পটি): I had my arm in a sling for six weeks.

mule, mule shoe
1. Mule
Mule / mjuːl / (মিঊল্‌) n 1. [a woman’s shoes or slipper that has no back] (<মেয়েদের>চটি জুতা; মিঊল): a pair of mule

mule, mule animal
2. Mule
2. Mule / mjuːl / (মিউল্‌) n [an animal whose mother is a horse and whose father is a donkey, which is used especially for carrying loads] (গাধা ও ঘোটকীর মিলনজাত সন্তান; খচ্চর; অশ্বতর): He’s as stubborn as a mule.

Ø Slip / slɪp / (স্লিপ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. slipped / slɪpt / (স্লিপ্ট্‌)} [to a side a short distance by accident so that you fall or nearly fall] (পা পিছলে পড়া): Careful you don’t slip – there’s water on the floor.

<NOUN> Slip / slɪp / (স্লিপ্‌) n [a small piece of paper] (<নোট করার>কাগজের সরু লম্বা টুকরা): If you want to order a book fill in the green slip.

court shoe
Court Shoe
Court shoe / kɔːrtʃuː / (কোর্ট্‌ শূ) n {USA pump} [a type of plain shoe with a raised heel and no way of fastening it to the foot which is worn by women] (<মেয়েদের>কোর্ট্‌ শূ):

Ø Court / kɔːrt / (কোর্ট্‌) n 1. [the place where legal trials take place and where crimes, etc. are judged] (আদালত; বিচারালয়): Please describe to the court exactly what you saw.

2. Court / kɔːrt / (কোর্ট্‌) n [an area has drawn out on the ground which is used for playing sports such as tennis, and basketball] (<টেনিস; ব্যাডমিনটন ইত্যাদে খেলার>ছোট মাঠ বা কোর্ট): a volleyball/badminton court   

Ø Plain / pleɪn / (প্লেন্‌) n [not decorated or complicated; simple] (সাধারণ; অনাড়ম্বর; আটপৌরে): He prefers plain food – nothing too fancy.

Ø Fasten / ˈfæsn / (ˈফ্যাছন্‌) v {Pt. Pp. fastened / ˈfæsnd / (ফ্যাছন্ড্‌)} [to close or join together the two parts of Sth; to become closed or joined together] (একত্রে বাঁধা বা যুক্ত করা): Fasten your seatbelts, please.
   <SYN> Do up

clog, clog shoes
Clog / klɑːg / (ক্লাঃগ্‌) n 1. [a shoe that is completely made of wood or one that has a thick wooden sole and leather top] (ক্লাগ <খড়ম>): a pair of clog

2. Clog / klɑːg / (ক্লাঃগ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. clogged / klɑːgd / (ক্লাঃগ্‌ড্‌)} [to (cause something to) become blocked or filled so that movement or activity is difficult] (আবর্জনা ময়লা চর্বিজাতীয় পদার্থ ইত্যাদির দ্বারা তরল পদার্থের প্রবাহে বাধা সৃষ্টি করা বা হওয়া; <ধুলাবালিতে>বুজিয়া যাওয়া): Leaves are clogging (up) the drain. Within a few years, the pipes began to clog up.

stiletto, stiletto shoes, stiletto heel
1. Stiletto
Stiletto / stɪˈletoʊ / (স্টিˈলেটৌ) n {Also stiletto heel} 1[woman’s shoe with a very high narrow heel; the heel on such a shoe] (পেন্সিল হিল): She was wearing a short skirt and stilettos heel.

2. Stiletto / stɪˈletoʊ / (স্টিˈলেটৌ) n [a sharply pointed tool used to make holes in leather, cloth, etc.] (<ফুট করার>সুচাল দন্ড): 

wedge, wedge shoes
1. Wedge
Wedge / wedʒ / (ওএজ্‌) n 1. [women’s shoes with a heel all the way the shoe] (ওএজ): a pair of wedges

2. Wedge
2. Wedge / wedʒ / (ওএজ্‌) n [a piece of metal, wood, rubber, etc. with a pointed edge at one end and a wide edge at the other, which is either pushed between two objects to keep them still or forced into something to break pieces off it] (<কাঠের বা ধাতুর>গোঁজ; কীলক): Push a wedge under the door to keep it open while we’re carrying the boxes in.

Wedge / wedʒ / (ওএজ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. wedged / wedʒd / (ওএজ্‌ড্‌)} [to make Sth stay in a particular position, especially open or shut, by placing Sth against it] (গোঁজ দিয়ে শক্ত করে আটকানো; গোঁজ দিয়ে আটো করা<যাতে নড়তে না পারে>): She wedged a chair firmly under the door handle. To wedge the door open

platform shoes
Platform shoes
Platform shoes / ˈplætfɔːrm ʃuːz / (ˈপ্ল্যাট্‌ফোর্ম্‌ শূজ্‌) n [shoes with extremely thick soles which raise the feet from the ground more than usual] (প্ল্যাটফোর্ম শূজ): a pair of platform shoes

Ø Platform / ˈplætfɔːrm / (ˈপ্ল্যাট্‌ফোর্ম) n [the raised flat area beside the track at a train station where you get on or off the train] (রেলওয়ে প্ল্যাটফর্ম): The train for Cambridge will depart from platform B. The train drew into the platform.

Ø Raise / reɪz / (রেজ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. raised / reɪzd / (রেজড্‌)} [to lift or move something to a higher level] (উঠানো; উত্তলোন করা): He raised a hand in greeting.

Skyscraper heels
Skyscraper Heels
Skyscraper heels / ˌskaɪskreɪpər ˈhiːlz / (ˌস্কাস্ক্রেˈহীলয্) n [women's shoes with very high heels] (আকাশচুম্বী হিলয): 

Ø Skyscraper / ˌskaɪskreɪpər / (ˌস্কাস্ক্রে) n [a very tall modern building, in a city] (গগনচুম্বী; আকাশস্পর্শী; আকাশচুম্বী): Tall skyscrapers loomed above us

kitten heels
Kitten Heels
Kitten heels / ˈkɪtn hiːls / (ˈকিটন্‌ হীল্‌ছ্‌) n [small thin curved heels on women’s shoes] (কিটন হীলস): a pair of kitten heels

Ø Kitten / ˈkɪtn / (ˈকিট্‌ন্‌) n [a young cat] (বিড়াল ছানা; বিড়ালের বাচ্চা): They didn’t want kittens, so they had their cat spayed<খাসিকরা>. The kitten meows pitifully.

Ø Curve / kɜːrv / (কা্‌র্ভ্‌) n [a line which bends continuously and has no straight parts] (বাঁক; বক্রতা): The delicate curve of her ear

<VERB> Curve / kɜːrv / (কা্‌র্ভ্‌) v [to move or make Sth move in the shape of a curve; to be in the shape of a curve] (বেকে যাওয়া; বাঁকানো; বাঁক নেওয়া): The road curves round to the left. His lips curved – into a laugh.

jelly shoe
Jelly Shoe
Jelly shoe / ˈdʒeli ʃuː / (ˈজেলি শূ) n [a light plastic shoe designed for wearing on the beach and in the sea] (জেলি শূ): a pair of Jelly shoe

Ø Jelly / ˈdʒeli / (জেলি) n [a soft, colored transparent sweet food made from gelatin, sugar and fruits flavors, that shakes slightly when it is moved] (জেলি): I have made strawberry jelly for the children’s tea.   

Ø Beach / biːtʃ / (বীচ্‌) n [an area of sand or small stones near the sea or another area of water such as a lake] (সমুদ্রতীর; সৈকত; বেলাভূমি): We could see tourists sunbathing on the beach.

Moccasin / ˈmɑːkəsɪn / (ˈমাঃকছিন্‌) n [a flat slipper or shoe, that is made from soft leather and has large stitches around the front, in a style originating among North American Indians] (মাকাছিন জুতা):

Ø Stitch / stɪtʃ / (স্টিচ্‌) n [one of the small lines of thread that you can see on a piece of cloth after it has been sewn; the action that produces this] (<সেলাই বা বোনার সময় সূচের>ফোঁড়): He had twenty stitches on a head wound.

<VERB> Stitch / stɪtʃ / (স্টিচ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. stitched / stɪtʃt / (স্টিচ্‌ট্‌)} [to use a needle and thread to repair, join, or decorate two things] (সেলাই করে জুড়ে দেওয়া): The cut will need to be stitched.
    <SYN> Sew

Ø Originate / əˈrɪdʒɪneɪt / (ˈরিজিনেট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. originated / əˈrɪdʒɪneɪtɪd / (ˈরিজিনেটিড্‌)} [to happen or appear for the first time in a particular place or situation] (<কোনোকিছু থেকে প্রথম>শুরু হওয়া; উৎপত্তি হওয়া): Although the technology originated in the UK, it has been developed in the US.

Lace-ups / ˈleɪs- ʌps / (ˈলেছ্‌-আপছ্‌) n [shoes or boots which are fastened using laces] (লেইছ-আপস <জুতা>): Lace-up boot.

Brogues / broʊgs / (ব্রৌগছ্‌) n [strong leather shoes, usually worn by men, often with a pattern in the leather] (ব্রৌগছ): a pair of brogues

Ø Pattern / ˈpætərn / (ˈপ্যাটর্ন্‌) n [a regular arrangement of lines, shapes, colors, etc. as a design on material, carpets, etc.] (কারুকাজ; নক্‌শা): a shirt with a floral pattern   

loafer, loafer shoe
1. Loafer
Loafer / ˈloʊfər / (ˈলৌফর্‌) n 1. [a type of leather shoe with a wide strip across the top, which a person’s foot slides into, without anyway of fastening it to the foot] (লৌফার <জুতা>): a pair of Loafer

loafer, loafer men
2. Loafer
2. Loafer / ˈloʊfər / (ˈলৌফর্‌) n [a person who wastes their time rather than working] (অলসভাবে সময় নষ্টকারী ফাঁকীবাজ):

Ø Slide / slaɪd / (স্লাড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. slid / slɪd / (স্লিড্‌)} [to move easily and without interruption over a smooth or wet surface] (<কোনো মসৃণ পৃষ্ঠদেশের উপর দিয়ে>পিছলে চলা/যাওয়া): The drawers slide in and out easily. She slid her hand along the rail.

trainers, trainers shoes
Trainers / ˈtreɪnərs / (ˈট্রেরছ্‌) n {US sneakers} [a type of light comfortable shoe that is suitable for playing sport] (ট্রেনারস): a pair of trainers

Ø Trainer / ˈtreɪnər / (ˈট্রের্‌) n [a profession that a person teaches skills to people or animals and prepare them for a job, activity or sport] (প্রশিক্ষক): There was a shortage of teacher trainers. A dog/racehorse trainer 

Ø Suitable / ˈsuːtəbl / (ˈছূটব্‌ল্‌) adj [acceptable or right for someone or something] (উপযোগী; উপযুক্ত; যোগ্য): This film is not suitable for children.

high heels, high heels shoes
High Heels
High heels / haɪ hiːls / (হাই হীল্‌ছ্‌) n [shoes that have very high heels, usually worn by women] (হাই হীলছ):

boots, boot shoes
Boot / buːt / (বূট্‌) n [a boot is a type of footwear and a specific type of shoe. Most boots mainly cover the foot and the ankle, while some also cover some part of the lower calf, some boots extend up to the leg, sometimes as far as the knee or even hip] (বূট): a pair of heavy walking boots

Ø Specific / spəˈsɪfɪk / (স্পˈছিফিক্‌) n [relating to one thing and not others; particular] (সুনির্দিষ্ট; নির্দিষ্ট): The virus attacks specific cells in the brain.
   <SYN> Particular

Ø Ankle / ˈæŋkl / (ˈএ্যাঙ্‌ক্‌ল্‌) n [the joint connecting the foot to the leg] (<পায়ের গোড়ালীর>গাঁট; গুলফ্‌): I fell over and sprained/twisted my ankle. We waded through the river, ankle deep in mud.

Ø Calf / kæf / (ক্যাফ্‌) n [the thick curved part at the back of the human leg between the knee and the foot] (<পায়ের>গুল বা ডিম): I’ve torn a calf muscle.

Ø <IDM> As far as [] (<উল্লেখিত>স্থান পর্যন্ত): We walked as far as the bus stoppage.

Ø Hip / hɪp / (হিপ্‌) n [the area at either side of the body between the top of the leg and the waist; the joint at the top of the leg] (উরুর অস্থি ও মধ্যশরীরে সংযোগস্থল; কটি): These jeans are too tight around the hips.

cowboy boots
Cowboy Boots
Cowboy boots / ˈkaʊbɔɪ buːts / (ˈকাবয় বূটছ্‌) n [cowboy boots refer to a specific style of riding boot, historically worn by cowboys, they have high-heeled footwear, rounded to pointed toe, high shaft and traditionally no lacing] (কাউবয় বূটছ; রাখাল জুতা):  

Ø Cowboy / ˈkaʊbɔɪ / (ˈকাবয়) n [a man who rides horses and whose job is to take care of cattle in the western parts of the US] (রাখাল): He has worn cowboy boots and cowboy hat.

Ø Riding / ˈraɪdɪŋ / (ˈরাডিঙ্‌) n [the sport or activity of riding horses] (অশ্বচালনা; চড়ন): Have you ever been riding?

Rider / ˈraɪdər / (ˈরার্‌) n [a person who rides a horse or bicycle] (অশ্বারোহী; চড়নদার; অশ্বচালক): One of the riders was thrown from his horse. 
Ø Rounded / ˈraʊndɪd / (ˈরানডিড্‌) adj [having a round shape] (গোলাকার; বৃত্তাকার): The little boy stared at the pregnant woman’s rounded belly.


Ø Shaft / ʃæft / (শ্যাফ্‌ট্‌) n [a long, narrow, usually vertical passage in a building or underground, used as a way of allowing air in or out] (<আলো বা বাতাস চলাচলের>সরু পথ): a boots/air shaft  

hiking boots
Hiking Boots
Hiking boots / ˈhaɪkɪŋ buːts / (ˈহাইকিঙ্‌ বূটছ্‌) n [hiking (walking) boots are footwear specifically designed for protecting the feet and ankles during outdoor walking activities such as hiking, hiking boots are constructed to provide comfort for walking considerable distance over rough terrain] (হাইকিং বূটস):

Ø Hike / haɪk / (হাক্‌) v [to go for a long walk in the countryside, especially for pleasure] (<আনন্দর জন্য>গ্রামের পথে দীর্ঘ পথযাত্র; পরিব্রাজনে বেরানো): We’re planning to hike across the village.

<NOUN> Hiking / ˈhaɪkɪŋ / (ˈহাকিঙ্‌) n [the activity of going for long walks in the countryside] (দীর্ঘ পথযাত্র): You’ll need some strong boots for hiking over the rough countryside.

Ø Construct / kənˈstrʌkt / (ˈছট্রাক্‌ট্‌) v [to build something or put together different parts to form something whole] (গঠন করা; নির্মাণ করা): They constructed a shelter out of fallen branches.

Ø Provide / prəˈvaɪd / (প্রˈভাড্‌) v {Pt. Pp. provided / prəˈvaɪdɪd / (প্রˈভাডিড্‌)} [to give Sth to Sb or make it available for them to use] (যোগানো; সরবাহ করা): We are here to provide a service for the public.
     <SYN> Supply

Ø Terrain / təˈreɪn / (ˈরেন্‌) n [used to refer to an area of land when you are mentioning its natural features, for example, if it is rough, flat, etc.] (ভূখণ্ড): The car handles particularly well on rough terrain.

Ankle boot, Ankle boots
Ankle Boot
Ankle boot / ˈæŋkəl ˌbuːt / (ˈএ্যাঙ্কˌবূট্) n {Also bootie} [a short boot that reaches only the foot and just above the ankle] (গোড়ালি বুট): She wore grey skinny jeans and high-heeled ankle boots.

Ø Skinny / ˈskɪni / (স্কিনি) adj [(of clothes) designed to fit closely to the body or tight-fitting] (টাইট ফিটিং): skinny sweater 

Desert boot, Desert boots
Desert Boot
Desert boot / ˈdezərt ˌbuːt / (ˈডেযর্ট ˌবূট্‌) n [a lightweight a boot that stops at the ankle, usually the upper made of suede and soles soft and tied with laces, worn informally by men and women] (মরু বুট):

Ø Desert / ˈdezərt / (ˈডেযর্ট) n [an area, often covered with sand or rocks, where there are very little rain and not many plants] (মরুভূমি):

Ø Lightweight / ˈlaɪtweɪt / (ˈলাটওএট্) adj [made of thinner material and less heavy than usual] (হালকাওজনের): I need a lightweight jacket for the summer evenings.

Ø Suede / sweɪd / (ছোএড্) n [a type of fuzzy leather with a napped finish, commonly used for jackets, shoes, purses, furniture and other items] (এক ধরণের চামড়া): a sued shoes

Hobnail boot
Hobnail Boot
Hobnail boot / ˌhɑːbneɪl ˈbuːt / (ˌহাঃবনেল্‌ ˈবূট্‌) n {Also hobnailed boot} [a heavy boot or shoe that has short heavy-headed nails fixed into the bottom to make it last longer] (হাবনেইল বূট):

Football boot
Football Boot
Football boot / ˈfʊtbɔːl buːt / (ˈফুটবোল্‌ বূট্‌) n {Also. cleats} [a leather shoe with pieces of rubber or studs on the bottom to stop it slipping, worn for playing football (soccer)] (ফুটবল বুট):

Ø Stud / stʌd / (স্টাড্) n [one of several small metal or plastic pointed objects that stick out from the bottom of some boots and shoes used in particular sports, for example, football boot or running shoe] (<ফুটবলের জুতায় লাগানো>স্থুলশীর্ষ পেরেক): 

Baseball boots
Baseball Boots
Baseball boots / ˈbeɪsbɔːl buːts / (ˈবেছবোল বূটছ্‌) n [] (বেইছবোল বূটছ): a pair of baseball boots

Ø Baseball / ˈbeɪsbɔːl / (ˈবেছবোল্‌) n [a game played especially in the US by two teams of nine players, using a bat and ball. Each player tries to hit the ball and then run around four bases before the other team can return the ball] (বেইছবল<যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের জাতীয় খেলা>): Raju never played baseball like the other kids.    

wellingtons, wellingtons shoes
Wellingtons / ˈwelɪŋtəns / (ˈওএলিঙ্‌টন্‌ছ্‌) n {Also wellingtons boot; US rubber boots; Info. welly} [one of a pair long rubber boots, usually reaching almost up to the knee that you wear to stop your feet getting wet] (ওএলিংটানছ <বুট>): He left his muddy wellingtons outside the back door.

Ø Wellington / ˈwelɪŋtən / (ˈওএলিঙ্‌টন্‌) n [the capital of New Zealand situated at the southern tip of the North Island. It became the capital in 1865 when the seat of government was moved from Auckland] (<নিউজিল্যান্ডের রাজধানী> ওয়েলিংটন):

Ø Knee / niː / (নী) n [the joint between the top and bottom parts of the leg where it bends in the middle] (হাঁটু): I grazed my knee when I fell.

<VERB> Knee / niː / (নী) v [to hit or push Sb/Sth with your knee] (হাঁটু দিয়ে আঘাত করা): He kneed his attacker in the groin.

<NOUN> Kneecap / ˈniːkæp / (নীক্যাপ্‌) n [the small bone that covers the front of the knee] (<হাঁটুর>মালাই চাকি):

Ø Wet / wet / (ওএট্‌) adj [covered in water or another liquid] (ভেজা): Try not to get your shoes wet. Wet clothes  

Slip-on / slɪp- ɑːn / (স্লিপ্‌-আঃন্‌) n [shoes with no way of fastening them to the foot which can be quickly put on and taken off] (স্লিপ-আন<ফিতা বিহীন জুতা>): a pair of slip-on

Ø <PHR-V> Put on [to cover part of the body with clothes, shoes, make-up or something similar] (<পোশাক/কাপড়/জুতা>পরা): He put on his jacket. She puts face cream on every night.

Ø <PHR-V> Take off [to remove Sth, especially a piece of clothing from your/Sb’s body] (খুলে ফেলা; <জামাকাপড়/জুতা>ছাড়া): He took off his clothes and got into the bath. To take off your shoes.

Birkenstock, Birkenstock sandals,
Birkenstock / ˈbɜːkənstɑːk / () n [a brand name for a type of shoe or sandal with a contoured cork-filled sole and a thick leather upper, and is thought to be typically worn by people who care a lot about the environment] (পরিবেশবান্ধব সেন্ডেল): a Birkenstock sandals

Ballet shoe
Ballet Shoe
Ballet shoe / bælˈeɪ ˌʃuː / (ব্যালে ˌশূ) n {Also ballet pump; ballet flat} [a flexible, lightweight, and round-toed shoe with very flat heels for women or girls, designed for ballet dancing; typically made of leather or silk, and often fastened with ribbons] (ব্যালে জুতা):

Ballet / bælˈeɪ / (ব্যালে) n [a type of dancing where carefully organized movements tell a story or express an idea or a theatre work that uses this type of dancing with music but no talking or singing] (সংলাপ ও কণ্ঠসঙ্গীত-বিহীন নাট্যাভিনয়বিশেষ):

Ø Flexible / ˈfleksəbəl / (ˈফ্লেক্সল্) adj [able to bend easily without breaking] (নমনীয়): flexible plastic tubing  

flipper, flipper shoes
1. Flipper
Flipper / ˈflɪpər / (ˈফ্লিপর্‌) n {US fin} 1. [a long flat piece of rubber or plastic that you wear on your foot to help you swim more quickly, especially below the surface of the water] (ফ্লিপার<সাঁতারের জুতা>):

2. Flipper
2. Flipper / ˈflɪpər / (ˈফ্লিপর্‌) n [a flat part of the body of some sea animals such as seals and turtles, used for swimming] (<কিছু সামুদ্রিক প্রাণীর> সাঁতার কাটা ডানা):

Ø Swim / swɪm / (ছুয়িম্‌) v {Pt. swam / swæm / (ছোয়্যাম্‌); Pp. swum / swʌm / (ছোয়াম্‌)} [to move through the water by moving the body] (সাঁতার কাটা):

Snowshoe / ˈsnoʊʃuː / (ˈস্নৌশূ) n [a flat frame with straps of material stretched across it which can be fixed to a boot to allow a person to walk on snow without sinking in] (স্নৌশূ <তুসারের উপর হাটার জুতা>)

Ø Snow / snoʊ / (স্নৌ) n [a small soft white pieces (called flakes) of frozen water that fall from the sky in cold weather; this substance when it is lying on the ground] (তুষার): A blanket of snow lay on the ground.

Ø Stretch / stretʃ / (স্ট্রেচ্‌) v {Pt. Pp. stretched / stretʃt / (স্ট্রেচ্‌ট্‌)} [to spread over a large area or distance] (প্রসারিত করা; চওড়া করা; বিস্তৃত করা): A huge cloud of dense smoke stretched across the horizon<দিগন্ত>. The refugee camp stretch as far as the eye can see.

Ø Sink / sɪŋk / (ছিঙ্‌ক্‌) v {Pt. sank / sæŋk / (ছ্যাঙক্‌); Pp. sunk / sʌŋk / (ছাঙক্‌)} [to go down below the surface or towards the bottom of a liquid or soft substance] (ডুবা; ডুবে যাওয়া; অস্ত যাওয়া): The Titanic was a passenger ship which sank (to the bottom of the ocean) in 1912. The wheels started to sink into the mud.

skate, skate shoes
1. Skate
Skate / skeɪt / (স্কেট্‌) n {Also. roller skate; ice skate} 1. [a special boot with a thin metal bar fixed to the bottom that you were to move quickly on ice, or a boot with four small wheels fixed to the bottom so that you can move over a hard surface] (স্কেইট): a pair of ice skates. A pair of roller-skates

2. Skate
2. Skate / skeɪt / (স্কেট্‌) n [a large flat sea fish that can be eaten] (সামুদ্রিক মাছ):

<VERB> Skate / skeɪt / (স্কেট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. skated / skeɪt / (স্কেটিড্‌)} [to move, or make a particular movement on a surface, using skates] (স্কেট্‌ লাগিয়ে চলা): Can you skate.

wooden sandals
Wooden Sandals
Wooden sandals / ˈwʊdn ˈsændls / (ঊড্‌ন্‌ ছ্যানডল্‌ছ্‌) n [wooden sandals is the name of India’s oldest, most quintessence footwear. It is little more than a sole with a post and knob, which is engaged between the big and second toe] (পাদুকা):

Quintessence / kwɪnˈtesns / (কুˈটেছন্‌ছ্‌) n [the most important features of Sth or the most typical example] (উৎকৃষ্ট নিদর্শন/উদাহরণ): He is a quintessence of politeness.

Post / poʊst / (পৌস্ট্‌) n [a vertical stick or pole fixed into the ground, usually to support something or show a position] (খুঁটি):

Engage / ɪnˈgeɪdʒ / (ইনˈগেজ্‌) v [(fit together) to make one part of a machine fit into and move together with another part of a machine] (যুক্ত করা; <যন্ত্রপাতি>জুড়ে দেওয়া): The cogwheels are not engaging.

Velcro / ˈvelkroʊ / (ˈভেল্‌ক্রৌ) n [a material for fastening clothes, shoes, hats etc. consisting of two strips of thin plastic sheet, one covered with tiny loops and the other with tiny flexible hooks, which adhere when pressed together and can be separated when pulled apart deliberately] (ভেলক্রৌ):

Loop / luːp / (লূপ্‌) n [a piece of rope, wire, etc. in the shape of a curve or circle] (<সুতা বা ফিতার>আঁকাবাঁকা আকার/ফাঁস): He tied a loop of rope around his arm.

Adhere / ədˈhɪr / (ˈহির্‌) v {~ (to)} [to stick firmly to Sth] (সেঁটে থাকা; দৃঢ়ভাবে লেগে থাকা): clean the surface first, or the paint will not adhere.

Deliberately / dɪˈlɪbərətli / (ডিˈলিবটলি) adv [slowly and carefully] (জ্ঞাতসারে; ইচ্ছাপূর্বক): He packed up his possessions slowly and deliberately.

Insole / ˈɪnsoʊl / (ˈনছৌল্) n {Also inner sole} [a piece of removable material in a shoe for warmth, as a deodorizer, or to improve the fit, on which your footrests on] (<জুতার> সুক্তলা):

Ø Warmth / wɔːrmθ / (ওয়ার্মথ্) n [the state or quality of being warm, rather than hot or cold] (উষ্ণতা): We stood huddled together for warmth.

Shoe tree
Shoe Tree

Shoe tree / ˈʃuː triː / (ˈশূ ট্রী) n [a piece of wood or metal shaped like the inside of a shoe, for putting inside a shoe to keep its shape when it is not being worn] (শূ ট্রী):  

Horseshoe / ˈhɔːrsʃuː / (ˈহোর্ছশূ) n [a U-shaped piece of metal which is fixed to the bottom of a horse’s hoof to protect it] (<ঘোড়ার পায়ের>নাল; অশ্বখুরত্র): For many people, the horseshoe is a symbol of good luck.  

Shoes - English Vocabulary 

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