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  1. sole

    • IPA[səʊl]

    英式

    • n.
      the undersurface of a person's foot;the section forming the underside of a piece of footwear (typically excluding the heel when this forms a distinct part)
    • v.
      put a new sole on to (a shoe)
    • verb: sole, 3rd person present: soles, gerund or present participle: soling, past tense: soled, past participle: soled

    • noun: sole, plural noun: soles

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. the undersurface of a person's foot the soles of their feet were nearly black with dirt
    • the section forming the underside of a piece of footwear (typically excluding the heel when this forms a distinct part) the join between the upper and the sole there was mud caked between the heel and the sole
    • the part of the undersurface of a person's foot between the toes and the instep a big blister on each heel and sole
    • the undersurface of a tool or implement such as a plane or the head of a golf club.
    • the floor of a ship's cabin or cockpit.

    動詞

    • 1. put a new sole on to (a shoe) he wanted several pairs of boots to be soled and heeled