wellingtons


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wellingtons

rubber boots
Translations
holínky
gummistøvlegummistøvler
kumisaappaat
gumene čizme
gumicsizma
gúmmístígvél
ウェリントンブーツ
고무장화
guminiai batai
gumijas zābaki
gumové čižmy
gummistövlar
รองเท้าบู๊ทยาง
lâstik çizmelastik çizmeler
ủng cao su

wellingtons

[ˈwɛlɪŋtənz] npl (also wellington boots) → bottes fpl en caoutchoucwell-intentioned [ˌwɛlɪnˈtɛnʃənd] adj [person, act] → bien intentionné(e)well-judged [ˌwɛlˈdʒʌdʒd] adj [remark, criticism] → judicieux/euse; [shot, throw] → bien ajusté(e); [estimate] → justewell-kept well kept [ˌwɛlˈkɛpt] adj
(= well-maintained) [house, garden, hair] → bien entretenu(e); [hands, nails] → soigné(e)
(= closely guarded) [secret] → bien gardé(e)well-known well known [ˌwɛlˈnəʊn] adj
(= famous) [person] → connu(e); [brand, product] → connu(e)
a well-known film star → une vedette de cinéma connue
She was a very well-known author → C'était une auteure très connue.
to be well-known for sth → être bien connu(e) pour qch
[fact, phenomenon] → bien connu(e)
it is a well known fact that ... → c'est un fait bien connu que ...
it is well-known that ... → il est bien connu que ...well-liked [ˌwɛlˈlaɪkt] adj [person] → apprécié(e)well-loved [ˌwɛlˈlʌvd] adjtrès aimé(e)well-made [ˌwɛlˈmeɪd] adjbien fait(e)well-mannered [ˌwɛlˈmænərd] adjbien élevé(e)well-meaning [ˌwɛlˈmiːnɪŋ] adj [person, remark, action] → bien intentionné(e)well-meant [ˌwɛlˈmɛnt] adjbien intentionné(e)

wellingtons

[ˈwɛlɪŋtəns] npl (also wellington boots) → stivali mpl di gomma

wellingtons

(ˈweliŋtənz) noun plural
rubber boots loosely covering the calves of the legs.

wellingtons

حِذَاءٌ مَطَّاطيّ holínky gummistøvler Gummistiefel αδιάβροχες μπότες botas de agua kumisaappaat bottes en caoutchouc gumene čizme stivali di gomma ウェリントンブーツ 고무장화 rubberlaarzen gummistøvler kalosze do kolan botas de borracha резиновые сапоги gummistövlar รองเท้าบู๊ทยาง lastik çizmeler ủng cao su 高统靴
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He then proceeded to meet him, and gave the Wellingtons a rub or two with his wool.
It would excuse theft in Washingtons and Wellingtons, and unchastity in women as well.
The days that had passed since I left Wellington seemed extraordinary and unusual.
A Servant--match him!--He can see the Satellites of Jupiter.--Dick and Joe hard at it.--Doubt and Faith.--The Weighing Ceremony.--Joe and Wellington.--He gets a Half-crown.
In Wellington Street my brother met a couple of sturdy roughs who had just been rushed out of Fleet Street with still- wet newspapers and staring placards.
In a word, the whale was seized and sold, and his Grace the Duke of Wellington received the money.
I often see his footmen lounging at the back gate, and the Duke of Wellington's house is not far off.
It stands at the base of Mount Wellington, a mountain 3100 feet high, but of little picturesque beauty; from this source, however, it receives a good supply of water.
They could exchange their views concerning the Duke of Wellington, whose conduct in the Catholic Question had thrown such an entirely new light on his character; and speak slightingly of his conduct at the battle of Waterloo, which he would never have won if there hadn't been a great many Englishmen at his back, not to speak of Blucher and the Prussians, who, as Mr.
When George the Fourth was still reigning over the privacies of Windsor, when the Duke of Wellington was Prime Minister, and Mr.
You speak of Waterloo; your Wellington ought to have been conquered there, according to Napoleon; but he persevered in spite of the laws of war, and was victorious in defiance of military tactics.
A Peep-show which had originally started with the Battle of Waterloo, and had since made it every other battle of later date by altering the Duke of Wellington's nose, tempted the student of illustrated history.

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