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Detailed Translations for boot from English to Spanish

boot:

boot [the ~] noun, British

  1. the boot (trunk)
    – British term for the luggage compartment in a car 1
  2. the boot
    – footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg 1
    la bota
  3. the boot (kick; kicking)
    – the act of delivering a blow with the foot 1

to boot verb (boots, booted, booting)

  1. to boot (start up)

Conjugations for boot:

present
  1. boot
  2. boot
  3. boots
  4. boot
  5. boot
  6. boot
simple past
  1. booted
  2. booted
  3. booted
  4. booted
  5. booted
  6. booted
present perfect
  1. have booted
  2. have booted
  3. has booted
  4. have booted
  5. have booted
  6. have booted
past continuous
  1. was booting
  2. were booting
  3. was booting
  4. were booting
  5. were booting
  6. were booting
future
  1. shall boot
  2. will boot
  3. will boot
  4. shall boot
  5. will boot
  6. will boot
continuous present
  1. am booting
  2. are booting
  3. is booting
  4. are booting
  5. are booting
  6. are booting
subjunctive
  1. be booted
  2. be booted
  3. be booted
  4. be booted
  5. be booted
  6. be booted
diverse
  1. boot!
  2. let's boot!
  3. booted
  4. booting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for boot:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrancar break off; cranking up; interrupting; severing; tearing loose; tearing off; wresting from
bota boot half-boot
compartimiento de equipajes boot; trunk
espacio para equipaje boot; trunk
iniciar beginning; broaching; starting
maleta del coche boot; trunk
maletero boot; trunk bearer; dock-hand; porter
patada boot; kick; kicking blow; knock; slap; smack
- bang; charge; flush; iron boot; iron heel; kick; kicking; rush; the boot; thrill
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrancar boot; start up be in need; be in want; begin; break up; bring down; cadge; commence; dig up; drive; elbow out; extort; get open; get undone; go short; herald; lift; mooch; obtain by begging; open; pinch and scrape; prompt; pull off; pull out; push aside; push away; put to the sword; ring in; rip; rip off; set in motion; set up; shake off; snatch; snatch away; start; start to; strike up; take down; take of the body; take off; take on; tear loose; tear off; tear out; turn out; undertake; undo; unpick; untie; urge; wrest from
iniciar boot; start up apply; apply yourself; arrange; be off; begin; break into; commence; employ; enter into; get under way; handle; initiate; introduce; launch; make use of; open; practice; practise; prepare; put a spurt on; set; set in motion; set the pace; set up; show enthusiasm; show willingness; speed up; start; start off; start to; strike up; take; take off; take on; take upon oneself; undertake; use; utilise; utilize
poner en función boot; start up
poner en marcha boot; start up begin; connect; encourage; enter into; initiate; light; motivate; put on; set; start; start off; stimulate; switch on; take on; turn on
prender boot; start up capture; catch; clamp; clasp; grab; grasp; grip; seize; snatch; sneak up on; take hold of; take unaware; tattle; trap; twig
- bring up; reboot

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Related Definitions for "boot":

  1. the act of delivering a blow with the foot1
    • He needed medical attention after a boot to the face.2
  2. a form of foot torture in which the feet are encased in iron and slowly crushed1
  3. footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg1
  4. British term for the luggage compartment in a car1
  5. an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg1
  6. protective casing for something that resembles a leg1
  7. the swift release of a store of affective force1
    • what a boot!1
  8. cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes1
    • boot your computer1
  9. kick; give a boot to1

Wiktionary Translations for boot:

boot
verb
  1. to start a system
noun
  1. heavy shoe that covers part of the leg
  2. parking enforcement device

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
boot maletero; baúl kofferbak — het gedeelte van een auto waar de bagage in geplaatst wordt
boot maletero KofferraumRaum für Koffer und anderes Gepäck, meist im hinteren Teil eines PKW
boot bota StiefelSchuh mit Schaft
boot zapato; calzado chaussure — Ce que l’on met au pied pour se chausser.
boot zapato soulierchaussure qui couvrir tout ou seulement une partie du pied.

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