babouche

babouche

(bəˈbuːʃ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a Middle-Eastern, particularly Turkish, heelless slipper
Translations
Babusche
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Les travaux d'amenagement des postes frontaliers Melloula et Babouche (gouvernorat de Jendouba) prendront fin avant le mois de juin 2018, a annonce le president directeur general de la douane, Youssef Zaghouani, selon un communique de la douane, publie lundi.
We'll match them with the most supple babouche slippers from Morocco.
In Marrakech, we pulled vintage denim from piles of unwanted clothing to create our denim babouche slippers.
Chic, simple, confortable et elegante, la babouche marocaine est maintenant revisitee par des grandes maisons de la mode.
BABOUCHE A Oriental heelless slipper B Berry-like C In the fashion who am I?
These are combined with accessories such as colourful socks, sunglasses and caps bought from street markets in Marrakesh, and sporty footwear inspired by the traditional Moroccan babouche slippers.
beaucoup moins que] Il y va de l'image de notre pays [beaucoup plus grand que], a estime le coordinateur de la brigade de securite des aeronefs, le commissaire de police Meziane Babouche.
After all, for some, the ardor for the all-white running shoe may have dissipated-and Phoebe Philo, who made Adidas' Stan Smith popular after wearing it a few years ago, has moved on to more challenging styles, like the flat pointed Babouche.
The occupancy by the French (during the 17th and 18th centuries) plays a significant role in the country's food and culture, as the French left behind the cafe culture, pastries, wine, and dishes like babouche, made up of snails in a traditional soup.
Despite innovations in the color naming department--for example, Farrow & Ball offers paint in such obfuscatory varieties as babouche, pelt, and brinjal--we tend to think of colors as coming in three primary and three tertiary shades.
I have some wonderful famous footwear already donated for my Celebrity Shoe Auction, including much-coveted and signed cowboy boots and Moroccan Babouche slippers from Robert Plant (pictured right with me), who has been incredibly generous and supportive.
National Road NA17 linking Ain Draham and Fernana as well as the road between Babouche and Ain Draham were reopened.