From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshodshod /ʃɒd $ ʃɑːd/ adjective especially literary    wearing shoes of the type mentionedwell/elegantly/badly etc shod  The children were well shod and happy.shod in  His large feet were shod in trainers. shoe2Examples from the Corpus shod There, sure enough, was a neatly shod foot, and a hand just visible close to it. Its steel shod hooves sent sparks off the stones, like portents.

English - Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain)


(adj.) = calzado, herrado.

Def: Opuesto de descalzo.
Ex: Many children walk barefoot in South Africa and unshod or partially shod (thong-type sandals) leisure behaviour may persist in adulthood.
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* roughshod = con los clavos de las herraduras sobresaliendo.
* unshod = descalzo, sin herrar.

English to Spanish


adjective
[ʃɑd /ʃɒd]
calzado, vestido; herrado

inglesa


adjective
[ʃɑd /ʃɒd]
wearing shoes; equipped with shoes

synonyms


(adj.) synonyms

calced

antonyms


(adj.) antonyms

unshod; barefoot

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