English version

moccasin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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moccasinmoc‧ca‧sin /ˈmɒkəsɪn $ ˈmɑː-/ noun [countable]  moccasins.jpg DCCa flat comfortable shoe made of soft leather
Examples from the Corpus
moccasinBlack snakes and moccasins every few hundred yards.These are moccasins made of caribou.All their shoes assembled by the front door, there must have been two dozen pairs, sandals, boots, moccasins.Her boots were ankle-high moccasins.Bergman did observe that the young man was shod with brand new moccasins of ox hide.Huge inventories of cultural traits, such as pot and basket designs or types of moccasins, were built up.Sitting down, he kicked off his painted moccasins, one red and one green.She wore loose black pyjamas, moccasins and a black brassiere.
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