deck shoe

deck shoe
noun (C) a flat shoe made of canvas (=heavy cloth)

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • deck shoe — deck ,shoe noun count a flat shoe that is made of thick cloth and has a rubber bottom …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • deck shoe — noun Etymology: so called from the original use of such shoes on boat decks : a low step in shoe with a nonslip sole and an upper resembling that of a moccasin but with a broad flat heel * * * deck shoe noun 1. A shoe with a rubber sole designed… …   Useful english dictionary

  • deck shoe — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms deck shoe : singular deck shoe plural deck shoes a flat shoe that is made of thick cloth and has a rubber bottom …   English dictionary

  • deck shoe — deck shoes N COUNT Deck shoes are flat casual shoes made of canvas or leather …   English dictionary

  • deck shoe — noun Date: 1911 a low shoe having a nonslip sole and a lace that is threaded through a channel around the back of the shoe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • deck shoe — noun A boat shoe …   Wiktionary

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