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zapato inglés:

1. shoe shoe


Tie your shoe.
They're only $50 with two cans of shoe polish free of charge.
This steak is as tough as shoe leather.
This kind of shoe is apt to slip on wet ground.
Their father had a large shoe shop in the town.
Excuse me, but where is the men's shoe department?
This shoe fits me well.
What's your shoe size?
Tom doesn't know what Mary's shoe size is.
An odd shoe was left on the doorstep.
Can you recommend your favorite shoe store?
The wearer knows best where the shoe pinches.
She often wears high-heeled shoes.
I bought a new pair shoes yesterday.
He tied his son's shoe with a double knot and said, "There, that should do the trick."

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