- British term for the luggage compartment in a car
- a form of foot torture in which the feet are encased in iron and slowly crushed
- protective casing for something that resembles a leg
- kick; give a boot to
- The dog chewed up my boot.
- My luggage is in the boot.
- The dog chewed off my boot.
- And, we get each other's company to boot.
- The Stars must be kicking themselves for giving him the boot.
- This car has the boot under the bonnet. The engine is in the back.
- When you back up into a tree, you make the boot smaller.
- The man ran into the room wearing a boot on his head, shouted a bunch of gibberish, and promptly exited.
- Do you need as many licenses as you have operating systems installed in a multi-boot PC?
- (trekking boot)
- Boot swab samples
- Rear hood (boot)
- Shoe and boot laces
- orthopaedic boot and shoemaker (ortopædiskomager),
- Boot swabs and dust samples: