English version

slip-ons

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
slip-onsˈslip-ons noun [plural]  DCCshoes that do not have a fasteningslip-on adjective slip-on shoes
Examples from the Corpus
slip-onsAvoid slip-ons, as the toes need to grip hard to keep them on and so are put under strain.She could imagine him, sitting in an office somewhere, no doubt in a sharkskin suit and Gucci slip-ons.The leather slip-ons were an old, comfortable pair.
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