Boot - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- compartment in an automobile that carries luggage or shopping or tools (syn: trunk)
- the swift release of a store of affective force (syn: bang, charge, flush, kick, rush, thrill)
- an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg
- a form of foot torture in which the feet are encased in iron and slowly crushed
- the act of delivering a blow with the foot (syn: kick)
- cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes (syn: bring up, reboot)
And I will boot you with this gift.
The new model has a bigger boot.
The goalkeeper booted the ball upfield.
If the great toe be struck off, let twenty shillings be paid him as boot.
It boots not to look backwards.
Boots it to you now, that the whole world loves you?
If you boot up your system without the keyboard being plugged in, you will see an error message.
Harry lost his job on Friday. His work was so poor that he got the boot.
What boots it which prevails?
...an authoritarian coach who runs football practice like it's boot camp...
Put your bags, cases or whatnot in the boot.
The chairman denied that he had been given the boot.
He should have got the boot years ago.
She was a great sportswoman, and beautiful to boot.
The lining of the boot molds itself to the shape of your foot.
present participle: booting
past tense: booted
past participle: booted