Word:

Boot

Boot

botte, coffre, amorcer, chaussure, soulier
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boot

noun

archaic: place for baggage at either end of a stagecoach

noun

blow with foot

noun

bootleg recording

noun

car storage

noun

computing: act or process of removing somebody from a chat room

noun

flexible cover of rubber, plastic or similar to protect a shaft, lever, switch etc

noun

heavy shoe that covers part of the leg

noun

obsolete: place at the side of a coach, where attendants rode

noun

parking enforcement device

noun

profit

noun

remedy

noun

rubber bladder on the leading edge of an aircraft’s wing

noun

sacked, dismissed

noun

shoe

noun

the act or process of bootstrapping

noun

torture device

verb

apply corporal punishment

verb

computing: disconnect, to be involuntarily removed from an online conversation

verb

disconnect from online conversation

verb

forcibly eject

verb

kick

verb

to profit

verb

to start a system

verb

vomit

Browse
Bookshop
Bookstore
Bookworm
Boolean
boom
boomer
Boomerang
Boon
Boor
boorish
boorishly
Boost
Booster
booster coil
booster pump
booster rod
-- Boot --
boot up
bootee
Booth
Bootlegger
Bootstrap
Booty
booze
boozing
bopaĉjo
bopanjo
borax
borborygmus
border
Borderline
bore
boreal
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