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shoe

US [ʃu]
UK [ʃuː]
  • n.
  • v.给(马)钉蹄铁
  • Web鞋子;鞋类;靴
Plural Form:shoes  Plural Form:shoon  Present Participle:shoeing  Past Tense:shod  
shoe
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n.
1.
one of a pair of outer coverings for your feet, usually made of leather or plastic
a pair of shoes
一双鞋
He took his shoes and socks off.
他脱掉鞋袜。
What's your shoe size?
你穿多大的鞋?
a shoe brush
鞋刷
shoe polish
鞋油
IDM
I wouldn't like to be in your shoes when they find out about it.
等他们弄清事情真相的时候,你的日子就很不好过了。
be in sbs shoes|put yourself in sbs shoes
处于某人的境地;设身处地to be in, or imagine that you are in, another person's situation, especially when it is an unpleasant or difficult one
I wouldn't like to be in your shoes when they find out about it.
等他们弄清事情真相的时候,你的日子就很不好过了。
If I were in your shoes, I'd resign immediately.
要是我处在你的地位,我就立刻辞职。
if I were in your shoes
(引出建议)要是我处在你的境地,换了我是你的话used to introduce a piece of advice you are giving to sb
If I were in your shoes, I'd resign immediately.
要是我处在你的地位,我就立刻辞职。
if the shoe fits (, wear it)
有则改之if you feel that a remark applies to you, you should accept it and take it as a warning or criticism
the shoe is on the other foot
情况正好相反;宾主易位used to say that a situation has changed so that sb now has power or authority over the person who used to have power or authority over them
v.
1.
~ sth
给(马)钉蹄铁to put one or more horseshoes on a horse
The horses were sent to the blacksmith to be shod.
马送到铁匠那儿钉马掌去了。

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