Translation of shoelace in Spanish:


cordón (de zapato), n.

Pronunciation: /ˈʃuˌleɪs//ˈʃuːleɪs/


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    cordón (de zapato) masculine
    agujeta feminine Mexico
    pasador masculine Peru
    to tie one's shoelaces amarrarse los cordones de los zapatos (/ las agujetas etc. ) Latin America River Plate
    • your shoelace is undone tienes un cordón desamarrado (/ una agujeta desamarrada etc. )
    • Roth droned and then walked over to shove his feet into a pair of black skateboarding shoes with checkered shoelaces.
    • The tension was thick in the silence as he stood there and pretended to double-check his shoelaces.
    • Dominic nodded, double knotting his shoelaces, and stood up, stretching his arms over his head.
    • I went back the next day and he slowly pulled the shoelace out.
    • I was sitting on the end of the bed, tying the shoelace on my left shoe.
    • Rual tied the shoelace of her shoe as she stood in the doorway.
    • He'd buy shoes without shoelaces so he didn't have to bend down to pick them up.
    • You always run of washer fluid just when you need it, just like shoelaces always snap when you need to wear shoes.
    • Her shoes suddenly became incredibly interesting and she wondered what the shoelaces were made of.
    • Shoes are available with Velcro closures since shoelaces can be a problem.
    • He quickly grabbed my shoelace, and pulled it free.
    • As well as these basic manners, youngsters are not being shown skills like how to sit still, to tie shoelaces and fasten buttons.
    • One of the shoelaces on her sneaker had come untied and was blowing vulnerably in the wind.
    • She grinned, shoelaces flapping about, and hopped into the passenger side.
    • I want to know whether he tied the shoelaces of both shoes together.
    • He turned around and grabbed one of my shoelaces, I pulled back my foot to prevent him from doing whatever he was going to do.
    • As for rats, they'd eat through anything made of leather - they'd go for your shoelaces if you stood still long enough.
    • He discovered that his favorite shirt was missing a button, and when he started to tie his shoes, his shoelace broke.
    • In full view of the German and Italian troops he pretended to tie his shoelaces and rejoined the wires.
    • Looking down, she found her new kitten chasing the shoelaces on the shoes on her feet.