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wellington

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wellingtonwel‧ling‧ton /ˈwelɪŋtən/ (also wellington boot) noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 wellington_boots.jpg British EnglishDCC a rubber boot that stops your foot getting wet
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wellingtonThink that farmers wives still wear sackcloth aprons and wellingtons? 2.She is wearing ugly black wellingtons that she has found in a cupboard somewhere.One of his feet found its way into an enormous wellington boot.He took off his wellingtons and put on his cowboy boots.Rows of wellington boots and raincoats lined the inside porch.The wellingtons are too big for her but she doesn't care.Many of the people walking had put on their wellingtons or sheepskin boots.Waterproofs, wellingtons or other strong footwear and a packed lunch.
WellingtonWellington 🔊 🔊 the capital city of New Zealand, on the north island, the country's second largest city and an important port
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