1. (old-fashioned) (occupation) (United Kingdom)
Mr. Edwards went to the lobby to have the boots shine his shoes.El señor Edwards fue al vestíbulo a que el limpiabotas le lustrara los zapatos.
Richard's father worked as a boots in London for 50 years.El papá de Richard trabajó de limbiabotas de un hotel en Londres durante 50 años.
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