Translation of sabot in Spanish:


zueco, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsabəʊ//ˌsæˈboʊ/


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    zueco masculine
    • Women in Brittany, of course, all wear sabots, you understand.
    • In an old Flemish custom, Christmas gifts were brought in sabots, or wooden shoes.
    • During the First World War it housed Belgian refugees, who made sabot clogs in the workshop of Arthur Simpson, renowned furniture designer and wood-carver.
    • He said they were called sabots, or klompens - and were the root of the word sabotage - when Dutch militant workers had thrown them into the gears to stop factory production as protest over something.
    • This pair of wooden sabots featured in the Shoe and Leather Fair, Islington, 1895 and the Bethnal Green Museum Shoe Exhibition, London, England in 1897.