Translation of resole in Spanish:


ponerle suela a, v.

Pronunciation: /riːˈsəʊl/

transitive verb

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    (shoe) ponerle suela a
    (shoe) remontar Colombia
    I had my boots resoled les hice poner suelas a las botas
    • Emily also said that she needed to get her ‘high’ heel resoled.
    • He acquired an old pair of shoes from his friend. When he had them resoled he discovered that he could no longer get them on.
    • According to him, ‘Seventy percent of the millionaires surveyed have their shoes resoled and repaired rather than replaced.’
    • Board-lasted shoes can also be resoled more often than slip-lasted shoes.
    • How about refurbishing the shoes - i.e., resoling, restitching, or the like?
    • I have one pair that is over 20 years old and has been resoled and had new heels put on about three times now; they are incredibly comfortable.
    • They still offer resole services and resole their own shoes and all other brands of shoes.
    • His shoes, as you have noticed, have been resoled.
    • Although the leather sole had worn out, he'd resoled them with an old black bicycle tire.
    • They needed to be resoled after 2 years but a $40 repair on a $300 pair of shoes is not bad.
    • Even veterans fall short: They'll forget to get needed shots, have their favorite boots resoled, check out an area's water supply or pack needed medical supplies.
    • It is a mesh pattern which should allow for some breathability, and I've been assured that resoling the rand doesn't affect the rubber.
    • If it weren't for resoles I'd have to buy 4-5 pairs every year.
    • She's right that you may need to resole, but that is obviated by the other good suggestion, which is to get pads/insoles.
    • But instead of moving on to a new pair when they wear out, they have them resoled.